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Series InformationClassic Alger series
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- ISBN: 9781597655125
- Physical Description: 192 pages 20 cm
- Publisher: [Ithaca, MI] : AB Publishing, Inc., 
Originally published as The store boy; or, The fortunes of Ben Barclay.
Alternate title from cover.
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Ben Barclay meets a tramp -- Ben and his mother -- Mrs. Barclay's callers -- Unpleasant business -- Professor Harrington's entertainment -- Two young rivals -- The tramp makes another call -- Squire Davenport's financial operation -- A prospect of trouble -- Ben goes to New York -- The Madison Avenue stage -- Ben's luck -- A startling event -- Ben shows himself a hero -- Ben loses his place -- Ben finds temporary employment -- What the letter contained -- Farewell to Pentonville -- A cool reception -- Entering upon his duties -- At the theater -- A mysterious letter -- Ben's visit to Thirty-first Street -- Ben on trial -- Conrad takes a bold step -- Mr. Lynx, the detective -- The telltale ticket -- Mrs. Hill's malice -- Some unexpected changes -- Ben "goes west" -- Mr. Jackson receives a call -- Ben sells the farm -- Good news -- Conrad goes to Wall Street -- Turning the tables -- A letter from Rose Gardiner -- Ben's visit to Pentonville -- Conclusion.
Ben Barclay lives with, and supports, his widowed mother. They have a mortgage on their home, held by Squire Davenport, who informs Ben's mother that she has three months to pay off, Ben makes a trip to New York City to see if they can get financial help from a rich cousin. Ben must find a way to raise enough money to save his home and support his mother before they lose everything.
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