The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - The Banner Weekly, v. VI, no. 295, July 7, 1888

Online Full Text: Northern Illinois University
Series: The Banner Weekly — v. 6 no. 295
Contents: His Loving Hands (Work, page 1)
Old Grip, the Detective; or, The Woman of the Frozen Smile. A Tale of the Inside and Outside of New York High Life (Work, chapters V-VIII, pages 1-2)
He Was Pardoned (Work, page 2)
The Cactus Queen (Work, page 2)
Will Wideawake, The Train-Boy; or, The Amateur Railroad Detective's Good Run (Work, chapters IX-X, pages 2-3)
Snaring an Old Fox (Work, page 3)
A Farmer's View of Preaching (Work, page 3)
The Man in the Moon (Work, page 3)
Nebuchadnezzar (Work, page 3)
Declined Without Thanks (Work, page 4)
"The Chief With the Yellow Hair" (Work, page 5)
Twice Spared (Work, page 5)
The Old Cider Mill (Work, page 5)
Buffalo Bill's Double; or, The Desperado Detectives. A Romance of the Old East and Wild West (Work, chapters XXI-XXIV, pages 5-6)
Not Asleep! (Work, page 6)
Talbot, the Ranch King; or, The Double Foe. A Romance of the Hawks of Cababi (Work, chapters XXIV-XXVI, pages 6-7)
My Horses and Their Exploits (Work, page 7)
All Is Vanity (Work, page 8)
'Long Shore on the Gulf: Mose Mendenhall Mends Matters (Work, page 8)
The Silver Bullet (Work, page 8)
A Drink for His Money (Work, page 8)
The B. of the R. R. H. (Work, page 8)
Date: July 7, 1888
Publisher: Beadle and Adams (1872-1898) (New York (N.Y.)) -- United States
Edition Description: Also includes: Casual Mention (department), Popular Poems (department) with 5 poems, Happy-Go-Lucky Papers (department), Science and Industry (department), Personalities (department), Wine of the Wits (department), Correspondents' Column (department), Good Stories to be Retold (department) with 5 stories, Telephone Echoes (department) and filler. There are also a number of short articles, one entitled "Courts of Indian Offenses".
Length: 8 pages

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