The April 2, 1864 issue of Harper’s Weekly included Nast’s “April
Fool’s Day” cartoon. A tiny detail on its center-right side shows “Mr. Fogey,”
a stout gentleman in profile who might easily to be taken for Horace Greeley.
This individual is receiving from a mirthful delivery-boy a copy of a newspaper
“Extra” edition, which declares whimsically, “Richmond is taken.”