From Harper's Weekly, listed chronologically

Crushed Again

November 19, 1881, page 784

  

See-Saw Politics

November 19, 1881, page 773

  
The Pomps and Vanities of Our National Capital
November 26, 1881, page 800
  
"Who Said Anything About Thanksgiving Dinner?"
November 26, 1881, page 785
  
Nihilists "Blowing Up" Guiteau
The Unkindest Shot of All

December 3, 1881, page 816

  

"Hold-Enough!"

December 17, 1881, page 855

  
It Takes a Star to Catch a Star

December 17, 1881, page 841

  
Caught!
December 24, 1881, page 865
  
First Prize Christmas Card -
Being Farthest from the Subject
December 24, 1881, page 879
  
Constancy is a Jewel
December 31, 1881, page 889
  
The Policeman's New Year's Call
December 31, 1881, page 904
  
A Fable -  With a Modern Application
March 25, 1882, page 177
  
Trying to Bully and Browbeat Each Other
May 13, 1882, page 301
  
(Dis-) "Honors are Easy"
May 20, 1882, page 317
  
Fiendish Assassins
May 20, 1882, page 305
  
What a Trifle May Embroil Nations!
June 3, 1882, page 351
  
Giuseppe Garibaldi
June 17, 1882, page 381
  
Bill Sykes
November 4, 1882, page 701
  
It's Water
November 4, 1882, page 703
  
A Democratic Thanksgiving Dream
December 2, 1882, page 764
  
It is a Duty and a Pleasure to Vote
November 11, 1882, page 720
  

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