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    Short Stories [v2 #2, #4, September 1890] (The Current Literature Publishing Co., 25¢, 126pp, smaller than standard)
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    • 127 · A Double Retribution · Ada Inchbold · ss The Argonaut; translated from the German.
    • 136 · Uncle Reuben’s Lost Love · Anon. · ss The Hartford Courant
    • 139 · An International Mystery · Robert F. Walsh · ss (r); from Enfield Chronicle.
    • 151 · Warned in a Dream · Edith Sessions Tupper · vi
    • 152 · My Friend Choupilly’s Nose · Jean Richepin; translated by A. C. Townsend · ss Gil Blas
    • 157 · An Event in Boundless Space · Garrett P. Serviss · ss New York Sunday Sun
    • 166 · “Skipped De Town” · Ernest Jarrold · vi
    • 167 · The Lady’s Iron Bracelets · Frank Barrett · ss London Truth
    • 174 · Held in Reserve · W. C. Morrow · vi
    • 175 · Vallett’s Mysterious Model · Paolo Martine; translated by Rye Johnson · ss (r); from Pittsburgh Bulletin.
    • 180 · In the Beginning · Gertrude Franklin Atherton · vi
    • 181 · Mehitabel: A New-Englander · Anon. · ss New York Tribune
    • 187 · Turgenieffs · Turgenieff; translated by A. Shaller · vi
    • 188 · Great Krishna Mulvaney · Rudyard Kipling · nv Macmillan’s Magazine
    • 211 · Her First Theatre · Anon. · vi Louisville Courier-Journal
    • 212 · Buried Alive in the Ocean · F. B. D. · ss (r); from Alta Californian.
    • 216 · The Ambassador’s Diamonds · Anon. · vi (r); from “Parisian Police Records: Le Voleur”.
    • 218 · Rube’s Obituary · Anon. · vi Detroit Free Press
    • 219 · A Camp Fire Fish Story · Frank Wilkeson · ss The New York Times Sep 30 1888
    • 222 · A Fair Columbus · James B. Townsend · ss (r); from The Journalist.
    • 228 · The Thunder-Storm · Ananias II · vi New York Evening Sun
    • 229 · “Two Bellies”: The Indian · Ned D. · ss Atlanta Constitution
    • 235 · The End of the World · Frank P. Stockbridge · ss The Washington Post
    • 238 · Discouraged · Anon. · vi The Arkansas Traveler
    • 239 · No. 15,000 Guerrero Street · Alice Ballard Macdonald · ss (r); from Portland Oregonian.


    Short Stories [v3 #1, #5, October 1890] (The Current Literature Publishing Co., 25¢, 122pp, smaller than standard)
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    • 3 · A Suggested Crime · Leroux; translated by E. C. Waggener · ss (r); from The Mercury.
    • 8 · The Coombiambia · Alfred Balch · vi; given as “The Coombiambia Song” in the Table of Contents.
    • 9 · A Kentucky “Warning” · M. Quad · ss Detroit Free Press
    • 13 · Alone with the Pharaoh · Frances Albert Doughty · ss The Boston Transcript; given as “Alone with Pharaoh” in the Table of Contents.
    • 22 · A Voyage Round My Pockets · Lemoine; translated, uncredited · ss London Budget
    • 25 · The Life of “Little Jenny” · Anon. · ss The Chicago Tribune
    • 28 · The Lying Epitaphs · Guy de Maupassant; translated by Alice Ballard-Macdonald · vi (r); translated from the French (La Main Gauche).
    • 29 · The Sioux Maiden’s White Mare · Frank Wilkeson · ss (r); from Northwest Sketches.
    • 37 · Old Meek Avenged · Opie P. Read · ss The Arkansas Traveler
    • 41 · John Huxford’s Hiatus · A. Conan Doyle · nv The Cornhill Magazine Jun 1888, uncredited
    • 60 · A Phantom Engineer · Anon. · vi (r); from Philadelphia Item.
    • 61 · A Mild-Mannered Oriental · Anon. · ss (r); from St. James Gazette.
    • 66 · The Two Doves · Turgenieff; translated, uncredited · vi The Speaker
    • 67 · A Curious Story of the Sea · Anon. · vi New York Mercury
    • 69 · The Gift of Corn · Anon. · vi (r); from St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
    • 70 · Fiddling Dan’s Conversion · Madge Morris · ss The Golden Era
    • 83 · Compromised · Anon. · vi (r); from Toronto Empire.
    • 84 · Old Mark Haverly · Sam Davis · ss (r); from Collected Sketches.
    • 89 · A Wedding-Trip · The Ananias Club · vi Indianapolis News
    • 90 · Major Cross’ Pretty Wife · Anon. · ss London World
    • 98 · The Earth · Theodore de Banville · vi (r); from Pastels in Prose.
    • 99 · Needed Watchin’ and Herdin’ · Dan Quin · ss Kansas City, MO, Star
    • 102 · A Nymph of Fire (“A Legend of Armenia”) · Marion M. Miller · ss
    • 107 · The Worm Turned · Anon. · vi New York Sunday Sun; given as “How the Worm Turned” in the Table of Contents.
    • 108 · Let Loose: A Ghost Story · Anon. (by Mary Cholmondeley) · ss Temple Bar


    Short Stories [v3 #2, #6, November 1890] (The Current Literature Publishing Co., 25¢, 124pp, smaller than standard)
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    • 123 · A Seychelles Cocoa-Nut · Alfred Muteau; translated by Alice Ballard Macdonald · ss (r); translated from the French (Nouvelle Revue).
    • 133 · The Catnip Garden · Eugene Field · ss (r); from Pittsburgh Bulletin.
    • 139 · The Story of Ring Joe · Will N. Harben · ss The Independent
    • 149 · A Forest Cathedral · Anna Bonus Kingsford · vi (r); from Dreams and Dream Stories.
    • 150 · The Man Who Saw Nothing · J. M. Barrie · ss The Speaker
    • 155 · The Grave-Digger’s Daughter · Sacher Masoch; translated by E. C. Waggener · ss The Argonaut
    • 161 · His Revenge · Anon. · vi The Chicago Tribune
    • 162 · A More Than Royal Exile · Lemoine; translated by A. C. Townsend · ss
    • 170 · The Magnetism of Death · Anon. · vi Detroit Free Press; from War Sketches.
    • 171 · The Fairies of the Plains · James H. Connelly · ss (r); from Demorest’s Magazine.
    • 185 · A Swift Steer · Beem of the Ananias Club · vi Indianapolis News
    • 186 · An India Love-Making · Rudyard Kipling · ss Plain Tales from the Hills, Thacker, Spink & Co 1888, as “False Dawn”
    • 194 · A Real Bugaboo · E. M. L. · vi Pall Mall Budget
    • 195 · The Meditating Mandarin · Tsen; translated, uncredited · ss (r); from Le Voleur Illustre.
    • 198 · A Sierra Storm · Joaquin Miller · ex (r); from My Own Story.
    • 199 · A Modern Petruchio · F. A. Mitchell · ss (r); from Belford’s Magazine.
    • 209 · The Lost Albatross · Anon. · ss New York Sunday Sun
    • 216 · A Texas Ranch Store · Lee C. Harby · vi
    • 217 · Honi Soit Qui Mal y Pense · Geraldine Bonner · ss (r); from Wit and Wisdom.
    • 224 · True Friendship · Jerome Becker; translated, uncredited · ex (r); translated from the French (La Vie en Afrique).
    • 225 · Gil Garay: Monkey and Angel · Dr. J. W. Palmer · ss (r); from Et Cetera.
    • 236 · The Constellation · Anon. · vi (r); from Omaha Republican.
    • 237 · Saved by a Bell Button · Anon. · vi (r); from St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
    • 239 · A Tennessee Wedding · Opie Read · vi The Arkansas Traveler
    • 240 · My Fellow-Traveler · Anon. · ss (r); from English Tales of the Weird and Wild.




    Short Stories [v5 #1, #9, February 1891] (The Current Literature Publishing Co., 25¢, 128pp, smaller than standard)
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    Short Stories [v5 #2, #10, March 1891] (The Current Literature Publishing Co., 25¢, 128pp, smaller than standard)
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    Short Stories [v6 #1, #11, April 1891] (The Current Literature Publishing Co., 25¢, 128pp, smaller than standard)
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    • 1 · North and South · Alphonse Daudet; translated by E. C. Waggener · ss; translated from the French.
    • 4 · The Captain’s Cat · E. Cavazza · vi
    • 5 · An Idyll of the “HT” · Dan Quin · ss Kansas City, MO, Star
    • 10 · Knouted: A Story of Siberia · George Moore · ss (r); from Collected Sketches.
    • 18 · When Will Prevails · Ingodeegi Howadeez · vi
    • 20 · Little Pedro’s Anthem · Clyde Fitch · ss (r); from Boston Traveler.
    • 26 · Under the Cebia · Alfred Balch · vi
    • 27 · El Numero Trece · Jose Selgas; translated by Mary Springer · ss; from the Spanish.
    • 39 · My Dog and I · Marie More Marsh · vi The Chicago Tribune
    • 41 · The Little Gold Nugget · C. Haddon Chambers · ss (r); from Oak Bough and Wattle Blossom.
    • 46 · The Inconsolable Widow · Anon. · ss; translation from the New York Sun, ultimately from La Vie Parisienne, no translator named.
    • 55 · Companionship · Ivan Turgenev; translated by E. C. · vi; from Senila of Turgenieff.
    • 56 · Aunt Clem’s Reception · Anna Vernon Dorsey · ex; excerpt from Betty, a Last Century Love Story (NY: Lovell, 1900).
    • 62 · Reforming the Major · R. L. Ketchum · vi
    • 63 · A Mystery of the Sea · J. D. Jerrold Kelly · ss New York Herald
    • 73 · The Suicide · T. L. Masson · vi
    • 74 · The Treasure in the Pit · Paul Grant · ss Atlanta Constitution
    • 85 · An Antique · Anon. · vi (r); from Laws Ecclesiastical, Civil, and Canon (Dublin: 1793).
    • 86 · Mazzao’s: A Study in Thrift · Giovanni Verga; translated by E. Cavazza · ss; from the Italian.
    • 91 · The Fate of the Laughing Pig · George Alfred Townsend · ss Pittsburg Bulletin
    • 102 · The Unnamable · Anon.; translated by H. B. · vi; from “Legends of the Sahara,” in Nouvelle Revue.
    • 103 · The House and the Brain · Edward George Bulwer, Lord Lytton · nv Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Aug 1859, as “The Haunted and the Haunters; or, The House and the Brain”, uncredited


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