The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - Beadle's Weekly, v. III, n. 150, September 26, 1885


Online Full Text: Northern Illinois University
Series: The Banner Weekly — v. 3 no. 150
Contents: My Mother's Favorite Song (Work, page 1)
Rattling Hal, The Prince of the 'Prentices; or, The Old Locksmith's Secret (Work, chapters VI-VII, pages 1-2)
July Weather (Work, page 2)
The Convict's Wife (Work, page 2)
In a Hammock (Work, page 3)
"D;" or, Branded for Life (Work, chapters XXVI-XXVII, page 3)
Dear Old Jack (Work, page 3)
A Warning (Work, page 3)
Young Love's Dream (Work, page 4)
Drinking Men (Work, page 4)
The Railroad Freight Brake-man (Work, page 5)
The Girl Pilot; or, The Smugglers of the Isle (Work, page 5)
What is Your Duty? (Work, page 5)
Sitting Bull, The Red Monarch; or, The Half-Breed's Plot (Work, chapters XVI-XVIII, pages 5-6)
Bime Bye (Work, page 6)
"Tricking" the Kiowas (Work, page 6)
Iron Dagger; or, The High Horse in Silverland (Work, chapters XXXV-XXXVI (conclusion), pages 6-7)
Salutations (Work, page 7)
How to Shoot; or, Early Lessons in Rifle Practice (Work, VII. The Man continued (conclusion), page 7)
A Strange Duel (Work, page 7)
The Hatter to Harriet (Work, page 8)
A Million for a Life (Work, page 8)
Detective Work in the Wild West: The Fatal Handkerchief (Work, page 8)
The Grave by the River (Work, page 8)
Cassandra (Work, page 8)
Date: September 26, 1885
Edition Description: Also includes: Poems for the Pensive (department) with 5 poems, Happy-Go-Lucky Papers (department), Casual Mention (department), Wine of the Wits (department), Correspondents' Column (department), Telephone Echoes (department), two short articles entitled: An Indian Luxury and To Distinguish a Perfect Woman, two untitled short articles, and filler.
Length: 8 pages

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