Bill Nye and Boomerang Or, The Tale of a Meek-Eyed Mule, and Some Other Literary Gems
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Bill Nye and Boomerang Or, The Tale of a Meek-Eyed Mule, and Some Other Literary Gems

By Bill Nye
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  • BILL NYE AND BOOMERANG;
  • Or, The Tale Of A Meek-Eyed Mule, And Some Other Literary Gems
    • Chicago, New York And San Francisco:
      • Bedford, Clarke & Co.
    • Bedford, Clarke & Co.
    • 1883
  • MY MULE BOOMERANG,
    • THIS VOLUME,
  • THE APOLOGY.
  • OSTROPHE TO AN ORPHAN MULE.
  • A MINERS' MEETING—MY MINE—A MIRAGE ON E PLAINS.
    • Camp on the New Jerusalem Mine, May 28, 1880.
  • THE TRUE STORY OF DAMON AND PYTHIAS.
  • CHAPTER I.
  • CHAPTER II.
  • CHAPTER III.
  • CHAPTER IV.
  • SAD MEMORIES OF THE DEAD YEAR.
    • HERE WE COME!
    • HERE WE COME! HERE WE COME!
    • 13 BILL NYE'S 13
    • THE PRESS CORDIALLY INVITED.
    • PRESS COMMENTS.
    • A CARD.
  • LETTER FROM PARIS.
    • Paris, May 30th, 1878.
  • PREHISTORIC CROCKERY.
  • SUGGESTION'S FOR A SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM.
  • THE FRAGRANT MORMON.
  • RECOLLECTIONS OF THE OPERA.
  • A SUNNY LITTLE INCIDENT.
  • HE REWARDED HER.
  • THE MODERN PARLOR STOVE.
  • REMARKS TO ORIGINATORS.
  • QUEER
  • SIC SEMPER GLORIA HOUSEPLANT.
  • HOW TO TELL.
  • BIOGRAPHY OF COLOROW.
  • DIARY OF A SAUCY YOUNG THING.
  • KILLING OFF THE JAMES' BOYS.
  • A RELIC.
  • SOME REASONS WHY I CAN'T BE AN INDIAN AGENT.
  • THE PICNIC SNOOZER'S LAMENT.
  • BILLIOUS NYE AND BOOMERANG IN THE GOLD MINES.
  • TWO GREAT MEN.
  • DIRTY MURPHY.
  • A ROCKY MOUNTAIN SUNSET.
  • THE TEMPERATURE OF THE BUMBLE-BEE.
  • DRAWBACKS OF PUBLIC LIFE.
  • THE GLAD, FREE LIFE OF THE MINER.
  • SOME THOUGHTS OF CHILDHOOD.
  • THE NEW ADJUSTABLE CAMPAIGN SONG.
  • SITTING ON ON A VENERABLE JOKE.
  • A HAIRBREADTH ESCAPE.
  • MYSELF, DR. TALMAGE, AND OTHER DIVINES.
    • September 5, 1880.
  • FINE-CUT AS A MEANS OF GRACE.
  • THE WEATHER AND SOME OTHER THINGS.
  • THE PARABLE OF THE UNJUST STEWARD.
    • ODE TO SPRING.
  • THE PARABLE OF THE PRODIGAL SON.
  • THE INDIAN AND THE EVERLASTING GOSPEL.
  • THE MUSE.
    • CRITICISM ON THE WORKS OF THE SWEET SINGER OF MICHIGAN.
  • SHOEING A BRONCO.
  • PUMPKIN JIM; OR THE TALE OF A BUSTED JACKASS RABBIT.
  • CHAPTER I.—PUMPKIN JIM.
  • CHAPTER II.—GERALDINE CARBOLINE O'TOOLE.
  • CHAPTER III.—STARTLING REVELATIONS.
  • CHAPTER IV.—ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL.
  • WILLIAM NYE AND THE HEATHEN CHINEE.
  • HONG LEE'S GRAND BENEFIT AT LEADVILLE.
  • YOU FOU.
  • THE LOP-EARED LOVERS OF THE LITTLE LARAMIE.
  • CHAPTER I.—A TALE OF LOVE AND PARENTAL CUSSEDNESS.
  • CHAPTER II.
  • CHAPTER III.
  • CHAPTER IV.
  • SPEECH OF SPARTACTUS.
    • ADAPTED FROM THE ORIGINAL ESPECIALLY FOR THIS WORK.
  • CORRESPONDENCE.
    • Dalles of the St. Croix, September 8, 1880.
  • HE WENT OUT WEST FOR HIS HEALTH.
  • A QUIET LITTLE WEDDING WITHOUT ANY FRILLS
  • THOUGHTS ON SPRING
  • THE SAME OLD THING.
  • THE VETERAN WHO DIED WHILE GETTING HIS PENSION.
  • GINGERBREAD POEMS AND COLD PICKLED FACTS.
  • ORIGIN OF BEAUTIFUL SNOW,
  • UTE ELOQUENCE.
  • THE AGED INDIAN'S LAMENT.
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  • HOW A MINING STAMPEDE BREAKS OUT.
  • THE GREAT ROCKY MOUNTAIN REUNION OF YALLER DOGS.
  • WHAT WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE HAS DONE FOR WYOMING.
    • SOME TESTIMONIALS, AND ONE THING AND ANOTHER.
    • ANSWERS.
  • PORTUGUESE WITHOUT A MASTER.
  • THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN HOG.
  • THE BUCKNESS WHEREWITH THE BUCK BEER BUCKETH.
  • BILLIOUS NYE AND THE AMATEUR STAGE.
  • A JOURNALISTIC CORRECTION.
    • OFFICE OF THE MEEK-EYED TARANTULA.
    • BANKRUPT SALE OF LITERARY GEMS.
    • OFFICE OF THE MORMON BAZOO.
  • THOUGHTS ON MARRIAGE.
  • A UTE PRESIDENTIAL CONVENTION.
  • THE CLUB-FOOTED LOVER OF PIUTE PASS.
    • A TALE OF LOVE AND COLD PIZEN.
  • CHAPTER THE FIRST.
  • CHAPTER THE TWICE.
  • CHAPTER THREE TIMES.
  • CHAPTER FOUR TIMES.
  • THE AUTOMATIC LIAR
  • SOME POSTOFFICE FIENDS.
  • AGRICULTURE AT AN ALTITUDE OF 7500 FEET.
  • THE GENTLE YOUTH FROM LEADVILLE.
  • A SNIDE JOURNALIST.
  • HE WAS BLIND.
  • THOUGHTS OF THE MELLOW PREVIOUSLY.
  • MY TOMBSTONE MINE.
    • Camp on Alder Gulch, June 18, 1880.
  • BANKRUPT SALE OF A CIRCUS.
  • GREELEY VERSUS VALLEY TAN.
  • THE ETERNAL FITNESS OF THINGS.
  • THEY UNANIMOUSLY AROSE AND HUNG HIM.
  • RHETORIC VS. WOODTICK.
    • Camp on the New Jerusalem Mine, June 15.
  • THE MODEL WIFE.
  • SOME OVERLAND TOURISTS.
  • CATCHING MOUNTAIN TROUT AT AN ELEVATION OF 8000 FEET.
  • TROUT FISHING.
  • HOME-MADE INDIAN RELICS.
  • THE PREVIOUS REPORTER.
  • THE PEACE COMMISSION.
    • EVIDENCE OF JOHNSON BEFORE THE COURT.
  • SOME ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.
    • ANSWER.
    • ANSWER.
  • THE CROW INDIAN AND HIS CAWS.
  • THE NUPTIALS OP DANGEROUS DAVIS.
  • THE HOLIDAY HOG.
  • SOME CENSUS CONUNDRUMS.
  • THE GENTLE POWER OF A WOMAN'S INFLUENCE.
  • THE NATIVE INBORN SHIFTLESSNESS OF THE PRAIRIE DOGS.
  • ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.
  • THE SECRET OF GARFIELD'S ELECTION.
  • PERILS OF THE BUTTERNUT PICKER.
  • A WORD OR TWO ABOUT THE SWALLOW.
  • LAUGHING SAM.
  • THE CALAMITY JANE CONSOLIDATED.
  • THE NOCTURNAL COW.
  • THE RELENTLESS GARDEN HOSE.
  • A WAIL.
  • THE GREAT, HORRID MAN RECEIVETH NEW YEAR CALLS.
  • JUST THE THING.
  • THANKS.
  • AN ANTI-MORMON TOWN.
  • A CHRISTMAS RIDE IN JULY.
  • EXAMINING THE BRAND ON A FROZEN STEER.
  • ONION PEELIN'S.
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