BusHNELL, William H. A lost life; or.
Poisoned for love. A physician's story.
Boston: Elliott, Thomes & Talbot [Cop.
1865]. 99 p. 16°. (no. 63.)
Williams, John B. Joaquin; or, The
brothers of the coast. Boston: Elliott,
Thomes & Talbot [Cop. 1863]. 98 p. 16°.
The buccaneers. . . Boston: Elliott,
Thomes & Talbot [Cop. 1863]. 100 p. 16°.
Sequel to his Joaquin; or. The brothers of the coast.
Ralph the reefer, pseud. The Florida
pirate. Boston: Thomes & Talbot [Cop.
1863]. 100 p. 16°. (no. 84.)
Shillaber, Benjamin Penhallow. Mrs.
Partington's ridicule. A collection of wit
and humor, which the old lady offers to
her friends. Boston: Thomes & Talbot
[Cop. 1863]. 100 p. 16°. (no. 86.)
Ten cent popular novels, no. 17, 64, 78.
Paul Jones, the bold privateer. New
York: Ornum & Co. [187-.] 100 p. 16°.
Hemyng, Bracebridge. Jack Harkaway
in a duel. By the author of "Dick Light-
heart". . . New York: Ornum & Co. [1870?]
96 p. 16°. (no. 64.) NCT p.v.78, no.5
Rathborne, St. George. Mexican Mose;
or. The border scout of the southwest. A
tale of McCulloch's Texan rangers. By
Marline Manly [pseud.]. New York: Or-
num & Co. [1870?] 98 p. 16°. (no. 78.)
NBN p.v.42, no.3
The War library; original stories of ad-
venture in the war for the Union, no. 233.
Verne, Ilian. Phil, the scout; or, A fight
for Beauregard's dispatches. A story of
Pittsburg Landing. New York: Novelist
Pub. Co., 1887. 24 p. illus. 4°. (no. 233.)
The Weekly novelette, v. 2, no. 23-26;
v. 6, no. 7-10, 23-26; v. 7, no. 13-16 (Feb. 20 -
March 13, 1858, Oct 29 -Nov. 19, 1859, Feb.
18 -March 10, June 9-30, 1860). Boston:
M.M. Ballou, 1858-60. illus. f°.
Extra, July, 1858.
Willett, Edward. The life of Ulysses S.
Grant, general U. S. A. Comprising the
story of his early years... and a complete
history of his memorable services in the
war for the Union. New York: Beadle and
Adams [Cop. 1885,. 100 p. 16°.
The Young New Yorker; a journal of
recreation and world of sport, v. 1, no. 1-
26 (Nov. 25. 1878 -May 17, 1879). New
York: Adams and Co., 1878-79. f°.
Sub-title varies slightly.
The Youth's casket, v. 1-6. Buffalo,
1852-57. illus. 8°.
Editors: v. 1, Harley Thorne; v. 2-3, J. O. Bray-
man; V. 4-6, H. E. G. Arey.
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1865. Letter to David Brooks. Desires
information concerning Jonathan Beadle
who moved from New Jersey to western
New York. Autograph letter signed. 1 p.
16°. Ms. Div.
New York, February 10, 1866. Let-
ter to Joseph Beadle. Requests genealogi-
cal information about the Beadle family.
Autograph letter signed. 1 p. 16°.
Clark, Charles Dunning. Hop picking
season [a story. 186-?]. Manuscript in the
handwriting of the author. First 13 pages
only. 4°. Ms. Div.
LossiNG, Benson John. New York, Oc-
tober 28, 1842. Letter to Erastus F. Beadle.
Favorable criticism of Beadle's specimens
of wood engraving, with suggestions for
further study before trying to locate in
New York City; "the profession is already
too full" in New York City. Autograph
letter signed. 2 p. 4°. Ms. Div.
Business card of Beadle & Co. lYi x 4J4
Clippings from The Banner Weekly,
1886-89, regarding Erastus F. Beadle, and
Silver (or plated) door-plate of Erastus
F. Beadle. Lettered E. F. Beadle. Size 7J4
X 3^ in.
Photograph of David Adams, of the firm
of Beadle & Adams. With his autograph.
2H X 4 in.
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Reproduced from the above photograph.
Glazed and framed. 9x11 in.
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F. Beadle at Cooperstown, N. Y. 4x8 in.
The Banner weekly, v. 1, no. 9, 12, 28;
v. 2, no. 70; v. 3, no. 114, 122; v. 6, no. 267;
v. 10, no. 479: v. 11, no. 545 (Jan. 13, Feb. 3,
May 26, 1883, March 15, 1884, Jan. 17,
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Tan. 16, 1892. April 22, 1893). New York:
Beadle and Adams, 1883-93. illus. f°.
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weekly; Dec. 24, 1887 -April 22, 1893, The Banner
Beadle's American library; the choicest
works of the most popular authors, no. 14.
Warner, John S. Isabel de Cordova; or.
The brethren of the coast. A tale of the
sea and land. London: Beadle and Co.
il86-?] 104 p. 16°. (no. 14.)
Beadle's dime novels, no. 231.
L^salle, Charles E. The Texan trailer;
or, Davy Crockett's last bear-hunt. New
York: Beadle and Co. [Cop. 1871.] 84 p.
illus. 16°. (no. 231.)
Beadle's dime song book. . . A collec-
tion of new and popular comic and senti-
mental songs, no. 15-16, 18-21.
Beadle's dime speaker, no. 6, 21-23, 25.
Beadle's library of choice fiction, no. 6.
Johnstone, Herrick. The messenger; or,
The maid of Gresham Grange. A romance
of the Cavaliers and Roundheads. New
York: Beadle and Co. [Cop. 1864.] 100 p.
16°. (no. 6.)
Beadle's pocket novels, no. 14, Zl , 107.
CoMSTOCK, captain. Long Shot; or, The
dwarf guide. New York: Beadle and
Adams [Cop. 1874]. 100 p. 16°. (no. 14.)
Randolph, J. H. Carson, the guide; or,
Perils of the frontier. New York: Beadle
and Adams [COp. 1870]. 99 p. 16°. (no.
North, Ingoldsby. Job Dean, the trap-
per. New York: Beadle and Adams [Cop.
1868]. 97 p. 16°. (no. 107.)
Frank Starr's ten cent pocket library.
Starbuck, Roger. The boy sea-thugs;
or. The pirate's daughter. A romance of
the lost island. New York: F. Starr & Co.
icop. 1877.1 164 p. 24°. (no. 4.)
Adams, James Fenimore Cooper. Light-
house Lige; or, Osceola, the firebrand of
the Everglades. New York: F. Starr & Co.
[Cop. 1877.] 158 p. 24°. (no. 5.)
INDEX OF AUTHORS
Numbers refer to pages.
Adams, J. F. C:
The black spy, 54.
Buck Buckram, 42.
Lighthouse Lige, 46, 71, 76.
Lightning Jo, the terror of the prairie, 42.
The lost hunters, 46.
Ned Hazel, the boy trapper, 41, 58.
Nick Whiffles' pet, 19, 42, 58.
Old Grizzly and his pets, 45.
Old Zip, 55.
Old Zip's cabin, 42, 59.
Oregon Sol, 58.
The Scalp King, 46.
The wild huntress, 62.
Aiken, A. W. :
Abe Colt, the crowkiller, 42.
The brigand captain, 65.
Bronze Jack, the California thoroughbred, 24.
The California detective, 23.
Cool Colorado in New York, SO.
Dick Talbot in No Man's camp, 36.
Dick Talbot, the ranch king, 36.
Dick Talbot's clean cut, 36.
Dick Talbot's close call, 36.
Eagle Plume, the white avenger, 54.
Fire Face, the silver king's foe, 33.
The Fresh of Frisco at Santa Fe, 34.
The Fresh in Montana, 35.
Fresh, the race-track sport, 37.
The genteel spotter, 30.
Gentleman George, 19.
Gideon's grip at Babylon Bar, 36.
The High Horse of the Pacific, 32.
Hunted down, 24.
The Indian Mazeppa, 24.
Injun Dick, ZT.
Jackson Blake, the bouncer detective, 35.
Joe Buck of Angels and his boy pard Paul Powder-
Joe Phenix in Crazy Camp, 34.
Keen Billy, the sport, 34.
King Dandy, the silver sport, 36.
Kit Carson, king of guides, 21.
The lion of the sea, 59.
The Lone Hand on the Caddo, 33.
Lone Hand, the shadow, ii.
The Lone Hand in Texas, 32.
Metamora, the forest king, 57.
The New York 'sharp,' 23.
Old Benzine, the hard case detective, 34.
Overland Kit, 19, 37.
The phantom hand, 19, 24.
Red Arrow, the wolf demon, 19.
Red Richard, 30.
The Silver Sharp detective, 33.
Sol Ginger, the giant trapper, 42.
The spotter-detective, 23.
Talbot in Apache land, 36.
The two detectives, 58.
The Wall street blood, 28.
The white witch, 19.
The winning oar, 24.
The wolf demon, 23.
The wolves of New York, 25,
Aiken, G. L. :
Fergus Fearnaught, the New-York boy, 46.
The bandit at bay, 23.
The freebooters, 25.
Loyal Heart, 24.
The prairie pirates, 64.
Red Cedar, the prairie outlaw, 71.
The tiger-slayer, 23.
The trapper's daughter, 23.
The white scalper, 25.
Atcher, E. W. :
The bandit hermit, 63.
Old Lute, the Indian-fighter, 57.
Arizona Cy, pseud. :
You Bet Bob from Cross Crick, 53.
You-Bet Bob's circus, 53.
You Bet Bob's jangle, 53.
Badger, J. E. :
Alabama Joe, 25.
Bantam Bob, the beauty from Butte, Z6.
The Barranca Wolf, 47.
Big Bandy, the brigadier of Brimstone Butte, 34.
Big George, the giant of the gulch, 24.
The black giant, 43, 60.
Black John, the road-agent, 58.
The black princess, 55.
The Black Rider, 47.
Bob Breeze, the rounder detective, 35.
The border renegade, 63.
The boy jockey, 24.
The boy pards, 44.
The boy trailers, 44.
The buried detective, 32.
Captain Cool Blade, 24.
Captain Crisp, the man with a record,- 31.
Caribou Zip, 54.
Chispa Charley, the gold nugget sport, 30.
The Colorado boys, 20.
Crooked Cale, the Caliban of Celestial City, 45.
Dainty Lance, the boy sport, 59.
Dainty Lance and his pard, 60.
Dan Brown of Denver, the Rocky Mountain detec-
Dandy Andy, the diamond detective, 33.
Dandy Darling, detective, 34.
Dandy Don, the Denver detective, 36.
Dandy Dutch, the decorator from Dead-Lift, 33.
Dark Durg, the Ishmael of the hills, 31.
Deadly Aim, the duke of Derringers, 31.
Deadly Dash, 43.
Death-Trailer, the scourge of the Plain Crees, 54.
Death-trap diggings, 28.
Elephant Tom, of Durango, 28.
Equinox Tom, the bully of Red Rock, 25.
The forest princess, 55.
Frank Lightfoot, the miner detective, 29.
Frank Yates, the young trapper, 21.
Gabe Gunn, the grizzly from Ginseng, 32.
The get-there sharp, 35.
The girl captain, 40, 6i.
Goosehead's best shot, 62.
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Badgrer, J. E., con tinned.
Gopher Gabe, the unseen detective, 34.
Grip-sack Sid, the sample sport, 33.
The gripsack sharp's even-up, 34.
Higji- water Mark, the sport, 37.
Hurricane Bill, 42, 59, 64.
The Indian spy, 63.
Jack Rabbit, the prairie sport, 19, 24.
Joaquin, the saddle king, 25.
Jumping Jerry, the gamecock from Sundown, 31.
The king of the woods, 48.
Laughing Leo, 32.
Left-handed Pete, the double-knife, 21.
Light-heart Lute's last trail, 51.
The lone chief, 63.
The mad athlete, 30.
The mad ranger, 53.
Major Magnet, the man of nerve, 33.
The man of muscle, 37.
Masked Mark, the mounted detective, 30.
Mink Coat, the death shot, 20.
Moke Horner, the boss roustabout, 29.
Mossback Mose, the mountaineer, 34.
Mustang Sam, the king of the plains, 43.
Night-Hawk Kit, 43.
N"or'-West Nick, the border detective, 30.
Oklahoma Nick, 32.
The old boy of Tombstone, 27.
Old Bull's-Eye, the lightning shot of the plains, 19.
Old Double Fist, 47.
Old '49, 26.
Old Kit and his comrades, 21.
Old Sobersides, the detective of St. Louis, 37.
Pacific Pete, the prince of the revolver, 19.
Panther Paul, the prairie pirate, 43.
The partisan spy, 55.
The prairie tigers, 65.
Prince John, detective special, 36.
Red Dan, the ranger, 40.
Rob Roy Ranch, 31.
Round the camp-fire, 21.
Roving Joe, 21.
A royal flush, 31.
The secret six, 36.
Silky Steele, the stay-in sport, 37.
Silver Blade, the half-blood, 51.
Silver Blade, the Shoshone, 51.
Silver-tip Steve, the sky scraper from Siskiyou, 35.
Silver-tongued Sid, 33.
Silverblade, the friendly, 51.
Silverblade, the hostile, 51.
Solemn Saul, the sad man from San Saba, 32.
Solemn Saul's luck streak, 35.
Spitfire Saul, king of the rustlers, 28.
The sport from Hard-Luck, 37.
Spread Eagle Sam, the Hercules hide-hunter, 30.
Squatter Dick, 63.
Steel Surry, the sport from Sunrise, 35.
Sweep-stakes Sam, the silver sport, 36.
Sweet William, the trapper detective, 26.
The Texas Hawks, 57.
Jumping Jake, the Colorado circus boy, 20.
Ballard, J. D. :
Sparks from the campfire, 18.
Ballou, M. M.:
Red Rupert, the American buccaneer, 75.
The Turkish slave, 75.
Banks, A. F. :
Sharpe, the New York detective, 72.
The golden belt, 38, 71.
Barrington, F. Clinton, pseud. See Lewis, J. W.
Barritt, Frances F. :
Alicia Newcome, 38.
East and west, 38.
The land claim, 38.
Old Gripes, 73.
Belknap, B. H.:
Peleg Smith, 64.
Yankee Josh, the rover, 62.
Kyd's bold game, 21.
Red Ax, the Indian giant, 65.
Red Jacket, the Huron, 63.
Scarlet Moccasin, 63, 68.
Lightning Leo, the behind-the-scenes detective, 65.
Lightning Leo's luck, 65.
Blount, Margaret, pseud. See O'Francis, Mary.
Boone, H. L. :
Big Lige, 66.
The chief of the cowboys, 67.
The feathered snake, 67.
The maid of old Kaintuck, 66.
The mountain trapper, 66.
Prairie Pete, 66.
Reckless Rob, 66.
Spiky Jonas, 67.
Wrestling Ralph, 67.
Yankee Jim, the horserunner, 67.
Zoph Slaughter, 66.
Bowen, J. L. :
Blue Belt, the guide, 65.
Border Ben, 68.
The lost bride, 64.
The maid of Wyoming, 39.
Mike, the guide, 68.
One-Eyed Sim, 42.
The red-skin's pledge, 54.
Scouting Dave, 68.
Silver City Tom, 62.
Sim Simpkins, scout, 60.
Simple Phil, 55.
Smooth-Face, the scout, 69.
The young ranger, 68.
Rocky Mountain Sam, 70.
Broughton, F. L. :
Paul Prince, detective, 73.
Brown, W. P.:
The reporter-detective's big pull, 53.
Browne, G. W. :
Dandy Rock, the man from Texas, 42.
Dandy Rock's pledge, 43.
Dandy Rock's rival, 44.
The Esquimaux' queen, 20.
The Golden Hand, 43.
The mad miner, 43.
The Tiger of Taos, 42.
Browne, H. K.:
The loyalist, 70.
Buckskin Sam, pseud. See Hall. S. S.
Buntlinc, Ned, pseud. See Judson, E. Z. C.
Burr, Dangerfield, pseud. See Ingraham, Prentiss.
Bushnell, W. H.:
A lost life, 75.
Busteed, N. W.:
King Barnaby, 38.
Caldwell, J. R.:
The privateer's bride, 40.
Rody, the rover, the ribbonman of Ireland, 25.
Black Douglass, the Jersey City detective, 73.
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Carson, L. W. :
Black Hills Ben, 60.
Indian Joe, 46, 56.
The three trappers, 46.
The privateer's cruise, 37, 56, 71.
The reefer of 76, 38.
Beadle's dime book of cricket, 22.
Beadle's dime book of cricket and football, 22.
Beadle's dime guide to skating and curling, 22.
Beadle's dime hand-book of pedestrianism, 22.
Handbook of winter sports, 23.
Clara Augusta, pseud. See Trask, Kate Nichols.
Clark, C. D.:
Ben Bird, the cave king, 47.
Border vengeance, 64.
The boy surveyor, 62.
Captain Paul, the Kentucky moonshiner, 43.
Clark, C. D., continued.
Captain Ralph, the young explorer, 20.
The chase of the great white stag, and Camp and
Cruise of the Flyaway, 19.
Despard the spy, 40.
Eph Peters. 54.
Eutawan, the slayer, 54.
The Flyaway afloat, 19.
The flying scout, 54.
Giant Pete, the patriot, 40, 63.
Gilbert, the guide, 26.
Graybeard, the sorcerer, 56.
Jim's big bonanza, 61.
The king's fool, 26.
Kit Bird, king of the mountains, 63.
Mad Tom Western, the Texan ranger, 42.
The maid of the mountain, 63.
Mohawk Nat, 64.
Mossfoot, the brave, 40, 55.
Mountain Gid, the free ranger, 40, 54.
New York Ned in California, 62.
Old Avoirdupois, 40, 54.
The pale-face squaw, 56.
Paul de Lacy, the French beast charmer, 19.
The peddler spy, 40, 54.
The prairie queen, 64.
The prairie scourge, 64.
The prairie trapper, 64.
The red brotherhood, 59.
Red Lightning, 64.
The red outlaw, 64.
Red River rovers, 21.
Rocky Ben's band, 61.
Ruth Harland, 39, 55.
The Shawnees' foe, 64.
Single Hand, 59.
Single Hand, the Comanche Attila, 55.
The sons of liberty, 64.
The stone chief, 54.
Sumter's scouts, 55.
The swamp scout, 64.
The traitor spy, 54.
The twin scouts, 64.
Walt Ferguson's cruise, 19.
The warrior princess, 54.
Wenona, the giant chief, 57.
Wild Rube, the young trail-hunter, 40, 62.
The Yankee rajah, 45.
The young land-lubber, 20.
The patriot cruiser, 75.
Cobb, W. J. :
Flash Falcon, the society detective, 30.
Cody, W. F.:
Deadly-Eye, and The prairie rover, 19.
Deadly-Eye, the unknown scout, 58.
Death Trailer, the chief of scouts, 24.
The dread shot four, 37.
Cody, W. F., continued.
Fancy Frank, of Colorado, 43.
Kansas King, 53.
The phantom spy, 53.
The wizard brothers, 31.
Collins, E. Burke, pseud. See Sharkey, Emma
Comstock, Captain :
The b'ar-killer, 56.
Long Shot, 56, 76.
The one-eyed trapper, 56.
Red Claw, the one-eyed trapper, 46.
Antelope Abe, the boy guide, S3.
Baby Sam, the boy giant of the Yellowstone, 49.
Blundering Basil, the hermit boy trapper, 50.
The border king, 42.
The boy ranger, 56.
Dakota Dan, the reckless ranger, 23.
Dare-Devil Dan, the young prairie ranger, 46.
Dashing Dick, 45.
The disguised guide, 45.
The dumb spy, 58.
Eagle Kit, the boy demon, 43.
Foghorn Phil, the king of the border, 55.
The giant rifleman, 24.
Hercules, the dumb destroyer, 49.
Idaho Tom, the young outlaw of Silverland, 19.
Keen-Knife, prince of the prairies, 58.
Kit Bandy and Co., the border detectives, 34.
Kit Bandy "rattled," 52.
Kit Bandy's brigade, 52.
Little Hurricane, the boy captain, 44.
Little Texas, the young mustanger, 43.
Little Wildfire, the young prairie nomad, 45.
Old Kit Bandy's compromise, 53.
Old Solitary, the hermit trapper, 44.
Old Strategy, 65. .
Old Tom Rattler, the Red River epidemic, 49.
One-armed Alf, the giant hunter of the Great
The parson detective, 45.
Prospect Pete, of the boy brigade, 44.
Rainbolt, the ranger, 57.
The sky demon, 46.
Sure Shot Seth, 53.
Tiger Tom, the Texan terror, 45.
Tom, the Texan tiger, 60.
Trapper Tom's castle mystery, 60.
Web-Foot Mose, the tramp detective, 49.
Cowdrick, J. C. :
Bicycle Bob's hot scorch, 53.
Billy, the kid from Texas, 61.
Blue Grass Burt, the gold star detective, 31.
Broadway Billy baffled, 52.
Broadway Billy in clover, 51.
Broadway Billy's boodle, SO.
Broadway Billy's queer bequest, 52.
Broadway Billy's shadow chase, 52.
Broadway Billy's signal scoop, 52.
Broadway Billy's team, 52.
Cibuta John, the prickly pear from Cactus Plains,
The detective's apprentice, 49.
Disco Dan, the daisy dude, 49.
Ducats Dion, the nabob sport detective, 34.
The giant cupid, 31.
Kentucky Jean, the sport from Yellow Pine, 32.
The mountain graybeards, 2i.
Shasta, the gold king, 48.
Sheriff Stillwood, the regulator of Raspberry, 34.
Silver-Mask, the man of mystery, 48.
Twilight Charlie, the road sport, 32.
Curtis, N. M.:
The blue brotherhood, 18.
Giant Jake, the patrol of the mountains, 28.
Old Tiger, the patriot, 69.
The Texan spy, 18, 68.
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Life of Robinson Crusoe, 65.
De Forrest, Harr>':
Lion-hearted Leon, 18.
Tlie snow hunters, 20.
Denison, Mar)' A.:
Captain Molly, 39, SS.
Chip, the cave-child, 38.
The prisoner of La Vintresse, 38.
Ruth Margerie, 38, 56.
Tim Bumble's charge, 39, 64.
Dewey, F. H. :
The canyon pards, 50.
Cimarron Jack, the king pin of rifle-shots, 47.
The dog trailer, 57.
The specter horseman, 62.
Tangemund, the desert detective, 49.
Duganne, A. J. H. :
The king's man, 39, 56.
Massasoit's daughter, 38.
The peon prince, 38.
Putnam Pomfret's ward, 38, 55.
Dumont, D. B.:
The old river sport, 31.
Salamander Sam, 32.
Topnotch Tim, the mad parson, 32.
The white crook, 31.
Blue Blazes, 43, 59.
The branded hand, 43.
Ebony Dan, 44.
Ebony Dan's mask, 60.
Evil Eye, king of cattle thieves, 44.
Wide-a-wake, the robber king, 24.
Dunbar, Noel :
The detective in rags, 34.
Duke Despard, the gambler duellist, 36.
Edwards, C. L. :
The Dacotah queen, 22.
Ellis, E. S.:
The boy miners, 42, 56, 62.
The boy pioneer, 57.
Chinga, the Cheyenne, 68.
Deborah Sampson, the girl soldier, 65.
The forest spy, 38, 71.
The frontier angel, 38, 41, 71.
The fugitives, 39.
The half-blood, 46.
The huge hunter, 46, 57.
The hunted hunter, 43, 59.
The hunter's cabin, 39.
Indian Jim, 39, 57.
Irona, 65, 71.
Kent, the ranger, 21.
Life and adventures of Colonel David Crockett, 70.
Life of Pontiac, 70.
Life of Tecumseh, 22, 70.
Life and times of Boone, 22.
The lost trail, 39.
Mariano, the Ottawa girl, 20, 21.
Marion's men, 65.
The mystic canoe, 57.
Nat Todd, 71.
Nathan Todd, 38.
Old Kent, the ranger, 56.
Oonomoo, the Huron, 71.
The Phantom horseman, 57.
The Quaker scout, 55.
The rangers of the Mohawk, 39, 56.
The riflemen of the Miami, 38, 55, 71.
The rival hunters, 65.
Ellis, E. S., continued.
Seth Jones, 38, 41, 70.
The settler's son, 21.
The trail-hunters, 71.
The crested serpent, 54.
Dingle, the outlaw, 57.
Dusky Darrell, trapper, 45.
The green ranger, 57.
The mad horseman, 54.
Minonee, the wood witch, 20.
The phantom hunter, 62.
Sharp-Shooter Sam, 21.
The wood witch, 62.
Mastonell, the mysterious detective, 72.
Eyster, W. R. :
Belshazzar Brick, the bailiff of Blue Blazes, 33.
Captain Cutsleeve, 27.
Dandy Darke, 44, 60.
Dandy Darke's pards, 60.
Derringer Deck, the man with the drop, 30.
Desert Alf, the man with the cougar, 34.
Diamond Dave, the gilt-edge shooter, 52.
Double Cinch Dan, the sport with a charm, 35.
The dude from Denver, 32.
The dude detective, 33.
Faro Frank of High Pine, 45.
Gentleman Dave, the dead game sport, 37.
Gilt-Edge Johnny, 35.
Hair Trigger Tom of Red Bend, 31.
Hands up, 26.
Harry Winkle's long chase, 62.
Hurrah Harry, the high-horse from Halcyon, 33.
Lucky Lester's lone hand, 35.
Magic Mike, the man of frills, 28.
Mr. Jackson, the gent from Jaybird, 35.
Old Handcart's big dump, 34.
Oregon, the sport with a scar, 33.
Pistol pards, 25.
The rival rovers, 36.
Seven Shot Steve, 33.
Six-Foot Sol, the sharp-shooter, 53.
Snapshot Sam, the pistol sharp, 31.
Soft Hand, sharp, 25.
The sport of Silver Bend, 36.
The sport in velvet, 53.
The stranger sport's shake-up, 37.
Three handsome sports, 30.
The Tie-To Sport, 52.
The two cool sports, 27.
Uncle Bedrock's big bounce, 36.
Waving Plume, 68.
Finn, F. S.:
The boy clown, 58.
Indian Jake, 66.
Fleming, May A. E.:
Hates and loves, 39.
Madge Wylde, the young man's ward, 38.
Sybil Campbell, 71.
Captain Bob, the mountain devil, 66.
Jack Long, 66.
The Onondaga griant, 66.
The outlaw's bride, 66.
The outlaw's sister, 67.
Put Martin, 67.
Sol Anderson, 67.
Forrest, E. B.:
The cowboy duke, 50.
Lion-heart Lee, the Lakeside detective, 65.
THE BEADLE COLLECTION — INDEX OF AUTHORS
Gleason, George :
Sancho Sam's shot, 21.
Tippy, the Texan, 43, 55.
Wistah, the child spy, 62.
Grainger, A. M. :
The aunt's plot, 69.
The mysterious spy, 24.
Greeley, R. F.:
The partisan's oath, 67.
Grissom, A. C. :
Little Fox Foot, the Gold Bowie kid, 49.
The sure shot pards, 50.
The Chippewa guide, 71.
Hall, S. S.:
Arizona Jack, 46.
Bald Head's pards, 60.
Bandera Bill, 48.
The bayou bravo, 28.
Big Foot Wallace, the king of the lariat, 26.
The black bravo, 26.
Bowlder Bill, 29.
The Brazos tigers, 27.
Buckskin Ben, o£ Texas, 61.
Chiota, the Creek, 48.
Creeping Cat, the Caddo, 47.
The crooked three, 28.
Dark Dashwood, the desperate, 26.
Desperate Duke, the Guadaloupe "galoot," 27.
Diamond Dick, the dandy from Denver, 26.
Double Dan, the dastard, 28.
The fighting trio, 47.
Frio Fred, 47.
Frio Fred in Texas, 61.
Giant George, the ang'l of the range, 45.
Giant George's revenge, 60.
Ker-Whoop, ker-whoo! 47.
King Kent, 30.
Kit Carson, jr., the crack shot of the west, 23.
Little Lone Star, 49.
The merciless marauders, 29.
Mountain Mose, the gorge outlaw, 28.
Old Rocky's "boyees," 45.
Old Rocky's boys, 60.
Paint Pete, the prairie patrol, 32.
The prince of Pan-out, 30.
The ranch raiders, 48.
Raybold, the rattling ranger, 29.
Rocky Mountain Al, 27.
Romeo and the reds, 48.
The rough riders, 28.
The serpent of El Paso, 27.
Snap-Shot Sam, 61.
Stampede Steve, 29.
The strange pard, 47.
The Tarantula of Taos, 46.
The terrible Tonkaway, 26.
The terrible trio, 27.
Wild Will, the mad ranchero, 24.
Wild Wolf, the Waco, 48.
Hall, W. J.:
The slave sculptor, 38, 71.
Halsey, H. P.:
Black Raven, the Georgia detective, 74.
The giant detective's last "shadow," 74.
Lights and shades of New York, 74.