The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - The Banner Weekly, v. XIII, no. 673, October 5, 1895


Online Full Text: Northern Illinois University
Series: The Banner Weekly — v. 13 no. 673
Contents: On The Rail (Work, page 1)
Silver City Sam, the High-Roller Detective; or, The Death-Watch of Gopher Slope (Work, chapters VIII-X, pages 1-2)
The Gardener (Work, page 2)
Buffalo Bill's Lone Hand; or, The Unknown Dead-Shot, A Story of the Diamond Ten of Gold Dust Valley (Work, chapters XLVIII-LII, pages 2-3)
The Conductor's Lone Hand (Work, page 3)
The Girls Were Bad Enough, But When Dad And Mam Both Took To Bicycling It Was A Trifle More Than He Could Stand (Work, page 4)
Piscatorial Poetry (Work, page 5)
More About The Putchetts (Work, page 5)
The Young Skipper's Bonanza; or, Wrecked Among Spanish Sharkers, A Story of the South Pacific Treasure-Hunt (Work, chapters XI-XII, pages 5-6)
The Difference (Work, page 6)
Mrs. Estabrook's Maid (Work, page 6)
The Lost Tone (Work, page 6)
Norman Case, the Man of Grit; or, General Locke's Apprentice, The Story of a Country Lad's Rise from Printing Office to Congress (Work, chapters XV-XVI, pages 6-7)
The Distracted Extractor, Teeth Extracted Without Pain (Work, page 8)
Old Blaze and His "Boys" (Work, II, page 8)
Told by the Stage-Driver (Work, page 8)
The Condor's Manifest (Work, page 8)
Date: October 5, 1895
Edition Description: Also includes: Happy-Go-Lucky Papers (department), Letter-pad Papers (department), Bannerettes (department), Wine of the Wits (department), Correspondents’ Column (department), Telephone Echoes (department); plus mission and editorial, publisher's advertisements, and short filler items (including “Wonderful Shooting”, “All Hands Danced”).
Length: 8 pages

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