The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - The Banner Weekly, v. IX, no. 424, December 27, 1890


Online Full Text: Northern Illinois University
Series: The Banner Weekly — v. 9 no. 424
Contents: What Little Things Can Do (Work, page 1)
Cell Number 13; or, The Inheritance Accursed (Work, chapters VIII-XI, pages 1-2)
As Others See Us (Work, page 2)
A Powerless Overture (Work, page 2)
A Child's Prayer (Work, page 2)
Gentleman Jack, The Man of Many Masks; or, Buffalo Bill's Peerless Pard (Work, chapters XXVII-XXX, pages 2-3)
Circumstantial Evidence: From the Notes of a Detective (Work, page 3)
Ethiopian Ethics: "I am Black, but Comely" (Work, page 3)
Same Old Style (Work, page 4)
Choosing Occupations (Work, page 5)
Prairie Pards; or, Tales of Border Trails: Joe Rainbolt's Death-Trail (Work, page 5)
Kit Keith, the Revenue Retriever; or, The Big Bag at Dark Run (Work, chapters IV-VI, pages 5-6)
Does Death End All? (Work, page 6)
The Sea Wraith; or, The Privateer Prince (Work, chapters XLV-XLVII, page 6)
The Uplifting (Work, page 7)
The Red Scorpion; or, The Man of Three Names (Work, chapters XXIII-XXV, page 7)
Our Landlady (Work, page 8)
The Mulligans Go Out West (Work, part II, page 8)
Life (Work, page 8)
Plains and Mountain Yarns Spun by the Liar (Work, page 8)
Pay-Dirt (Work, page 8)
Date: December 27, 1890
Edition Description: Also includes: short nonfiction items ("Kayuta and Waneta: A Romance of Indian Love," "Sitting Bull Speaks," "How a 'Ringer' Got Left") departments Popular Poems, Happy-Go-Lucky Papers, Bannerettes, Wine of the Wits, Correspondents' Column, and Telephone Echoes.
Length: 8 pages

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