"General [William Henry] Harrison will be our next President, if he lives until the fourth of March next ," said the Hudson River Chronicle on November 10 . "Nothing but death can prevent this glorious result."
Harrison barely made it. He died on April 4, 1841, having served one month in office.
The quote is from Alasdair Roberts' America's First Great Depression: Economic Crisis and Political Disorder After the Panic of 1837.
About the illustration, entitled Uncle Sam's Pet Pups! (1840):
A crude woodcut satire showing Harrison luring "Mother Bank," Jackson, and Van Buren into a barrel of "Hard Cider." Jack Downing chases Jackson and Van Buren toward the barrel as Mother Bank crawls into it. While Jackson and Van Buren sought to destroy the Bank of the United States, one of Harrison's election campaign promises was to reestablish it, hence his providing "Mother Bank" a refuge in this scene.