The Black Cat: A Monthly Magazine of Original Short Stories. No. 41. February, 1899.


Wrappers toned with minor loss from top edge of rear wrapper, top edge lightly stained, pencil scribble on two pages. 1899 Stapled Binding. vi, 44, vii-xxiv pp. A single issue of the 19th century magazine featuring short stories, most well-known for publishing Jack London's A Thousand Deaths (just two issues after this one). Numerous ads precede and follow text - our favorites are for: The Sororis Shoe; Monarch and Defiance Bicycles; Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Plaster; Schlitz; 'Drunkenness Cured' (this one doesn't even name the product); The Dann Patent Reclining Go Cart; and The Natural Body Brace. Includes: On the Edge of Things by Geik Turner; Negative Number Twelve by Ernest Peabody; Manuel, of the Guardia Civil by Charles Bryant Howard; The Lynchpin Sensation by Joanna E. Wood; The Lady and the Kwang-Chiu by Frank L. Pollock.

Title: The Black Cat: A Monthly Magazine of Original Short Stories. No. 41. February, 1899.

Author: Turner, Geik; Peabody, Ernest; Howard, Charles Bryant; Wood, Joanna E.; Pollock, Frank L.

Categories: American, Short Stories, Early Periodicals,

Publisher: The Shortstory Publishing Company: 1899

Binding: Stapled Binding

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 1959833

Keywords: EPHEMERA PERIODICAL SHORT STORY MAGAZINE BLACK CAT STORIES,