David Lockwin—The People's Idol
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David Lockwin—The People's Idol

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  • DAVID LOCKWIN
    • The People's Idol
      • BY
    • BY
    • JOHN McGOVERN,
      • AUTHOR OF
        • CHICAGO:
        • DONOHUE, HENNEBERRY & CO.
        • COPYRIGHT, 1889, BY JOHN M'GOVERN.
        • ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
        • COPYRIGHT, 1891, BY JOHN M'GOVERN.
        • ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
      • CHICAGO:
      • DONOHUE, HENNEBERRY & CO.
      • COPYRIGHT, 1889, BY JOHN M'GOVERN.
      • ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
      • COPYRIGHT, 1891, BY JOHN M'GOVERN.
      • ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
      • TABLE OF CONTENTS
      • Book I - Davy
      • Book II - Esther Lockwin
      • Book III - Robert Chalmers
      • Book IV - George Harpwood
      • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
      • Frontispiece: He appears on the balcony. There is a cheer that may be heard all over the South Side.
      • Three of the most bashful arise and come to be kissed.
      • The boat drags him. He catches the boy's hand.
      • Her eye returns in satisfaction to the glittering black granite letters over the portal.
      • "It's a good scheme, Corkey."
      • But the bride still stands under the lamp on the portico, statuesque as Zenobia or Medea.
    • AUTHOR OF
      • CHICAGO:
      • DONOHUE, HENNEBERRY & CO.
      • COPYRIGHT, 1889, BY JOHN M'GOVERN.
      • ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
      • COPYRIGHT, 1891, BY JOHN M'GOVERN.
      • ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
    • CHICAGO:
    • DONOHUE, HENNEBERRY & CO.
    • COPYRIGHT, 1889, BY JOHN M'GOVERN.
    • ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
    • COPYRIGHT, 1891, BY JOHN M'GOVERN.
    • ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
    • TABLE OF CONTENTS
    • Book I - Davy
    • Book II - Esther Lockwin
    • Book III - Robert Chalmers
    • Book IV - George Harpwood
    • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
    • Frontispiece: He appears on the balcony. There is a cheer that may be heard all over the South Side.
    • Three of the most bashful arise and come to be kissed.
    • The boat drags him. He catches the boy's hand.
    • Her eye returns in satisfaction to the glittering black granite letters over the portal.
    • "It's a good scheme, Corkey."
    • But the bride still stands under the lamp on the portico, statuesque as Zenobia or Medea.
  • DAVID LOCKWIN
    • THE PEOPLE'S IDOL
    • BOOK I DAVY
      • CHAPTER I HARPWOOD AND LOCKWIN
      • CHAPTER II THE PEOPLE'S IDOL
      • CHAPTER III OF SNEEZES
      • CHAPTER IV BAD NEWS ALL AROUND
      • CHAPTER V DR. FLODDIN'S PATIENT
      • CHAPTER VI A REIGN OF TERROR
      • CHAPTER VII THE PRIMARIES
      • CHAPTER VIII FIFTY KEGS OF BEER
      • CHAPTER IX THE NIGHT BEFORE ELECTION
      • CHAPTER X ELECTED
      • CHAPTER XI LYNCH-LAW FOR CORKEY
      • CHAPTER XII IN GEORGIAN BAY
      • CHAPTER XIII OFF CAPE CROKER
      • CHAPTER XIV IN THE CONVENTIONAL DAYS
    • CHAPTER I HARPWOOD AND LOCKWIN
    • CHAPTER II THE PEOPLE'S IDOL
    • CHAPTER III OF SNEEZES
    • CHAPTER IV BAD NEWS ALL AROUND
    • CHAPTER V DR. FLODDIN'S PATIENT
    • CHAPTER VI A REIGN OF TERROR
    • CHAPTER VII THE PRIMARIES
    • CHAPTER VIII FIFTY KEGS OF BEER
    • CHAPTER IX THE NIGHT BEFORE ELECTION
    • CHAPTER X ELECTED
    • CHAPTER XI LYNCH-LAW FOR CORKEY
    • CHAPTER XII IN GEORGIAN BAY
    • CHAPTER XIII OFF CAPE CROKER
    • CHAPTER XIV IN THE CONVENTIONAL DAYS
    • BOOK II ESTHER LOCKWIN
      • CHAPTER I EXTRA! EXTRA!
      • CHAPTER II CORKEY'S FEAR OF A WIDOW'S GRIEF
      • CHAPTER III THE CENOTAPH
      • CHAPTER IV A KNOLLING BELL
      • THE DAVID LOCKWIN ANNEX
    • CHAPTER I EXTRA! EXTRA!
    • CHAPTER II CORKEY'S FEAR OF A WIDOW'S GRIEF
    • CHAPTER III THE CENOTAPH
    • CHAPTER IV A KNOLLING BELL
    • THE DAVID LOCKWIN ANNEX
    • BOOK III ROBERT CHALMERS
      • CHAPTER I A DIFFICULT PROBLEM
      • CHAPTER II A COMPLETE DISGUISE
      • CHAPTER III BEFORE THE TELEGRAPH OFFICE
      • CHAPTER IV "A SOUND OF REVELRY BY NIGHT"
      • CHAPTER V LETTERS OF CONSOLATION
      • CHAPTER VI THE YAWL
      • CHAPTER VII A RASH ACT
      • CHAPTER VIII A GOOD SCHEME
      • CHAPTER IX A HEROIC ACT
      • CHAPTER X ESTHER AS A LIBERAL PATRON
    • CHAPTER I A DIFFICULT PROBLEM
    • CHAPTER II A COMPLETE DISGUISE
    • CHAPTER III BEFORE THE TELEGRAPH OFFICE
    • CHAPTER IV "A SOUND OF REVELRY BY NIGHT"
    • CHAPTER V LETTERS OF CONSOLATION
    • CHAPTER VI THE YAWL
    • CHAPTER VII A RASH ACT
    • CHAPTER VIII A GOOD SCHEME
    • CHAPTER IX A HEROIC ACT
    • CHAPTER X ESTHER AS A LIBERAL PATRON
    • BOOK IV GEORGE HARPWOOD
      • CHAPTER I CORKEY'S GOOD SCHEME
      • CHAPTER II HAPPINESS AND PEACE
      • CHAPTER III AT 3 IN THE MORNING
      • CHAPTER IV THE BRIDEGROOM
      • CHAPTER V AT SIX O'CLOCK
      • THE END.
    • CHAPTER I CORKEY'S GOOD SCHEME
    • CHAPTER II HAPPINESS AND PEACE
    • CHAPTER III AT 3 IN THE MORNING
    • CHAPTER IV THE BRIDEGROOM
    • CHAPTER V AT SIX O'CLOCK
    • THE END.
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