McCabe, James D. Our Martyred President: The Life and Public Services of Gen. James A. Garfield. Philadelphia: National Publishing Company, 1881. 
Russet cloth decorated in black & gilt, top right corner worn through, little wear elsewhere, 8 x 5 1/2 inches. Front end paper hinge torn but not detached. Fine steel portraits of Garfield and of Arthur. 768 clean pp. Hinge behind the title leaf weak. Good. Hardcover.
McCabe wrote a campaign biography of Garfield that is the basis of this book, with about 200 pages of additional material.
Complete title: Our Martyred President. As a Man, the Noblest and Purest of His Times. As a Citizen, the Grandest of His Nation. As a President, the Idol of Fifty Millions of People. The Life and Public Services of Gen. James A. Garfield, Twentieth President of the United States. Embracing A Full Account of His Early Life; His Struggles with Poverty and Efforts to Obtain an Education; His Brilliant Services as a Soldier and Statesman; His Election to the Presidency; His Able and Patriotic Administration; His Manful Battle with Rings and Corruption in High Places. Together with the History of His Assassination, giving all the Incidents of his long and painful illness, the Surgical Treatment, the Consultations of the Eminent Physicians, Daily Scenes at the Sufferer's Bedside, Last Hours and DEath, the Funeral Cortege, Burial, etc. Embellished with a Fine Steel Portrait and Numerous Engravings on Wood.