April 27, 1892
Well illustrated with humorous sketches as well as serious issues of the day. Stereotypical views of Irish, Jews, Chinese and Black. Indians were treated the same but sympathetically. Inside: The cover shows Harrison who wants a second term weighted down by Raum and his Pension Scandals. "A back-breaking burden."; Centerfold shows "Look out for the Locomotive!" The Hill Boom carriage is stuck on the railroad tracks. Gorman jusmps off and runs for the Democratic Convention. Murphy tries to get the Democratic Donkey to move, but the Cleveland express is bearing down on them. Back cover is "Nature vs. Art." Bicycle ads. Lots of other items.
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