by Marline Manly., Previously published as Five cent wide awake library, vol. 1, no. 17., Title from page 2., "April 17, 1896."--Caption., Printed in triple columns., Caption title lists author as Marline Manley.
by Jas. D. Montague., Title from page 2., "November 19, 1892."--Caption., Printed in triple columns., Jas. D. Montague is a pseudonym for Doughty, Francis Worcester, -1917--The Edward T. LeBlanc memorial dime novel bibliography.
by Maro O. Rolfe., Illustrated paper cover in color., Originally published under title: Mori, the man-hunter, or, The counterfeiters of the border., Later edition published under title: Job Sharp, the detective., "In advertisements, this novelette was called "Mori, the Man Hunter," and on the title page, the word "Mori" has been routed out of the electrotype, leaving the remainder of the title off center"--cf. Johannsen, A. Beadle & Adams.
by Major Lewis W. Carson., Illustrated paper cover in color., Originally published under title: Trapper Ben, or, The hunter's camp., Later editions published under title: The three trappers and Dutch Jan's dilemma., Sequel: Indian Joe.
by Edward S. Ellis., Illustrated paper cover in orange and black., Later editions published under title: Nat Todd., Illustrated paper cover in color., "May 22, 1883"--Johannsen, Albert. Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels.