Silver miner William M. "Stewart" strangles Uncle Sam who is
holding a walking stick labeled "Public Opinion." They are at the
top of a cliff near the entrance to the "Stewart, Jones & Co.
Silver Miners (Unlimited)." Caption: "Take my silver or I'll
take your life!"
Uncle Sam (Symbolic character); Silver question; Threats; Criminals; Strangling; Silver mines and mining; Public opinion; Stewart, William M. (William Morris), 1827-1909
A senator, probably William M. Stewart, with papers in his
pocket labeled "Silver Mine Owner," addresses the Senate, though
all the senators are asleep.
Silver question; Silver mines and mining; Public speaking; Legislators; Sleep; United States. Congress. Senate; Stewart, William M. (William Morris), 1827-1909
Ben Daniels would like President Roosevelt to invest in the Jefferson Mining Company.
Silver mines and mining