Like a thief in the night, Republican nominee James Blaine tries to sneak into
the White House through a back window, carrying a bag marked "for the
plunder" and a document on which is written "20 years on the
make." Giving him a boost are his accomplices in crime, Greenback-Labor
nominee Benjamin Butler and editor Charles Dana, holding a copy of his New York
Sun, which endorsed Butler. The Republicans were secretly funding Butler's
"Our Friends, the Enemy").