||This playful vision was published November 6, the day after the presidential election. It was clearly designed to provide general comic relief. At the center of the action, Whitelaw Reid is Apollo, God of the Sun (and music, poetry, and other civilized pursuits), performing on his lyre (a slap at Reid’s alleged journalistic lies), with the usual “This Is Not An Organ” notice attached. Greeley is Minerva, Goddess of Wisdom, who strokes a donkey wearing the hide of a lion. In front of Greeley is Theodore Tilton, biographer of free-love advocate Victoria Woodhull, as Cupid.