A political cartoon titled “Still Barking” by artist Clifford Berryman that appeared in The Washington Post, August 9, 1899.
This cartoon depicts a large, vicious dog with “Yellows” written on his collar barking at the gate of the White House showing disapproval of the US War Department's handling of the Spanish-American War. “Alger” is written on the brim of the hat tossed to the side. “Alger” is a reference to Russell Alexander Alger, a former US Senator and US Secretary of War during the time of the Spanish-American War. “Algerism” was often used synonymously with incompetence.