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Title: Works Of George W. Peck - A Linked Index to the Project Gutenberg Editions of The - "Bad Boy" Series and Others
Author: Peck, George W. (George Wilbur), 1840-1916
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WORKS OF GEORGE W. PECK


The "Bad Boy" Series and Others

AN INDEX


CONTENTS


##  Peck's Bad Boy and His Pa (v.1)

##  Grocery Man and Peck's Bad Boy (v.2)

##  Peck's Bad Boy Abroad

##  Peck's Uncle Ike and Red Headed Boy

##  Peck's Sunshine

##  Private George W. Peck



VOLUMES, CHAPTERS AND STORIES


Peck's Bad Boy and His Pa (v.1)

A CARD FROM THE AUTHOR.

DETAILED CONTENTS.

PECK'S BAD BOY.

CHAPTER I.

CHAPTER II.

CHAPTER III.

CHAPTER IV.

CHAPTER V.

CHAPTER VI.

CHAPTER VII.

CHAPTER VIII.

CHAPTER IX.

CHAPTER X.

CHAPTER XI.

CHAPTER XII.


CHAPTER XIII.

CHAPTER XIV.

CHAPTER XV.

CHAPTER XVI.

CHAPTER XVII.

CHAPTER XVIII.

CHAPTER XIX.

CHAPTER XX.

CHAPTER XXI.

CHAPTER XXII.

CHAPTER XXIII.

CHAPTER XXIV.


CHAPTER XXV.

CHAPTER XXVI.

CHAPTER XXVII.

CHAPTER XXVIII.

CHAPTER XXIX.

CHAPTER XXX.

CHAPTER XXXI.

CHAPTER XXXII.

CHAPTER XXXIII.

CHAPTER XXXIV.

CHAPTER XXXV.

CHAPTER XXXVI.



List of Illustrations

Cover

Frontispiece

Titlepage

They Danced the Can-Can

Air Was Filled With Dog, and Pa, And Rockets

Stoper, Says Pa, I've Got a Whale

Ma Appears on the Scene

Pa on the Run

The Bad Boy and his Girl

Helen Damnation

The Gun Just Rared up

Then Everything Was Ready

Hell's-fire, What You Boys Doin

In the Wrong Room

A New Way to Take Seidlitz Powders

Too Late, Pa, I Die at the Hand of an Assassin

Just As I Am

Special Providences for a Bad Boy

Pa Grabbed Her by the Polonaise

Happy New Year Mum

Pa's Fire Escape


    DETAILED CONTENTS:

    CHAPTER I.
    CHAPTER I.
    THE BOY WITH A LAME BACK—THE BOY COULDN'T SIT DOWN—A PRACTICAL JOKE ON
    THE OLD MAN—A LETTER FROM "DAISY "—GUARDING THE FOUR CORNERS—THE OLD
    MAN IS UNUSUALLY GENEROUS—MA ASKS AWKWARD QUESTIONS—THE BOY TALKED TO
    WITH A BED SLAT—NO ENCOURAGEMENT FOR A BOY

    CHAPTER II.
    CHAPTER II.
    THE BOY AT WORK AGAIN—THE BEST BOYS FULL OF TRICKS—THE OLD MAN
    LAYS DOWN THE LAW ABOUT JOKES—RUBBER HOSE MACARONI—THE OLD MAS's
    STRUGGLES—CHEWING VIGOROUSLY BUT IN VAIN—AN INQUEST HELD—REVELRY BY
    NIGHT—MUSIC IN THE WOODSHED—"'twas ever thus."

    CHAPTER III.
    CHAPTER III.
    THE BAD BOY GIVES HIS PA AWAY—PA IS A HARD CITIZEN—DRINKING
    SOZODONT—MAKING UP THE SPARE BED—THE MIDNIGHT WAR DANCE—AN
    APPOINTMENT BY THE COAL-BIN.

    CHAPTER IV.
    CHAPTER IV.
    THE BAD BOY'S FOURTH OF JULY.—PA IS A POINTER, NOT A SETTER—SPECIAL
    ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE FOURTH OF JULY—A GRAND SUPPLY OF FIREWORKS—THE
    EXPLOSION—THE AIR FULL OF PA AND DOG AND ROCKETS—THE NEW HELL—A SCENE
    THAT BEGGARS DESCRIPTION.

    CHAPTER V.
    CHAPTER V.
    THE BAD BOY'S MA COMES HOME.—DEVILTRY, ONLY A LITTLE FUN—THE BAD
    BOY'S CHUM—A LADY'S WARDROBE IN THE OLD MAN'S ROOM—MA's UNEXPECTED
    ARRIVAL—WHERE IS THE HUZZY?—DAMFINO!—THE BAD BOY WANTS TO TRAVEL WITH
    A CIRCUS

    CHAPTER VI.
    CHAPTER VI.
    HIS PA IS A DARN COWARD—HIS PA HAS BEEN A MAJOR—HOW HE WOULD DEAL WITH
    BURGLARS—HIS BRAVERY PUT TO THE TEST—THE ICE REVOLVER—HIS PA BEGINS
    TO PRAY—TELLS WHERE THE CHANGE IS—"PLEASE MR. BURGLAR SPARE A POOR
    MAN'S LIFE!"—MA WAKES UP—THE BAD BOY AND HIS CHUM RUN—FISH-POLE
    SAUCE—MA WOULD MAKE A GOOD CHIEF OF POLICE

    CHAPTER VII.
    CHAPTER VII.
    HIS PA GETS A BITE.—"HIS PA GETS TOO MUCH WATER"—THE DOCTOR'S
    DISAGREE—HOW TO SPOIL BOYS—HIS PA GOES TO PEWAUKEE IN SEARCH OF HIS
    SON—ANXIOUS TO FISH—"STOPER, I'VE GOT A WHALE!"—OVERBOARD—HIS PA IS
    SAVED—A DOLLAR FOR HIS PANTS.

    CHAPTER VIII.
    CHAPTER VIII.
    HE IS TOO HEALTHY—AN EMPTY CHAMPAGNE BOTTLE AND A BLACK EYE—HE IS
    ARRESTED—OCONOMOWOC FOR HEALTH—HIS PA. IS AN OLD MASHER—DANCED TILL
    THE COWS CAME HOME—THE GIRL FROM THE SUNNY SOUTH—THE BAD BOY IS SENT
    HOME

    CHAPTER IX.
    CHAPTER IX.
    HIS PA HAS GOT 'EM AGAIN.—HIS PA IS DRINKING HARD—HE HAS BECOME A
    TERROR—A JUMPING DOG——THE OLD MAN IS SHAMEFULLY ASSAULTED—"THIS IS
    A HELLISH CLIMATE MY BOY!"—HIS PA SWEARS OFF—HIS MA STILL SNEEZING AT
    LAKE SUPERIOR

    CHAPTER X.
    CHAPTER X.
    HIS PA HAS GOT RELIGION—THE BAD BOY GOES TO SUNDAY SCHOOL—PROMISES
    REFORMATION—THE OLD MAN ON TRIAL FOR SIX MONTHS—WHAT MA THINKS—ANTS
    IN PA'S LIVER-PAD—THE OLD MAN IN CHURCH—RELIGION IS ONE THING, ANTS
    ANOTHER

    CHAPTER XI.
    CHAPTER XI.
    HIS PA TAKES A TRICK—JAMAICA RUM AND CARDS—THE BAD BOY POSSESSED OF
    A DEVIL—THE KIND DEACON—AT PRAYER-MEETING—THE OLD MAN TELLS HIS
    EXPERIENCE—THE FLYING CARDS—THE PRAYER-MEETING SUDDENLY CLOSED

    CHAPTER XII.
    CHAPTER XII.
    HIS PA GETS PULLED—THE OLD MAN STUDIES THE BIBLE—DANIEL IN THE LIONS'
    DEN—THE MULE AND THE MULE'S FATHER—MURDER IN THE THIRD WARD—THE OLD
    MAN ARRESTED—THE OLD MAN FANS THE DUST OUT OF HIS SON'S PANTS

    CHAPTER XIII.
    CHAPTER XIII.
    HIS PA GOES TO THE EXPOSITION—THE BAD BOY ACTS AS GUIDE—THE CIRCUS
    STORY—THE OLD MAN WANTS TO SIT DOWN—TRIES TO EAT PANCAKES—DRINKS SOME
    MINERAL WATER—THE OLD MAN FALLS IN LOVE WITH A WAX WOMAN—A POLICEMAN
    INTERFERES—THE LIGHTS GO OUT—THE GROCERY MAN DON'T WANT A CLERK

    CHAPTER XIV.
    CHAPTER XIV.
    HIS PA CATCHES ON—TWO DAYS AND NIGHTS IN THE BATHROOM—RELIGION CAKES
    THE OLD MAN'S BREAST—THE BAD BOY'S CHUM DRESSED UP AS A GIRL—THE OLD
    MAN DELUDED—THE COUPLE START FOR THE COURT HOUSE PARK—HIS MA APPEARS
    ON THE SCENE—"IF YOU LOVE ME, KISS ME?"—MA TO THE RESCUE—"I AM DEAD
    AM I?"—HIS PA THROWS A CHAIR THROUGH THE TRANSOM

    CHAPTER XV.
    CHAPTER XV.
    HIS PA AT THE RE-UNION—THE OLD MAN IN MILITARY SPLENDOR—TELLS HOW HE
    MOWED DOWN THE REBELS—"I AND GRANT"—WHAT IS A SUTLER.—TEN DOLLARS FOR
    PICKLES!—"LET US HANG HIM!"—THE OLD MAN ON THE RUN—HE STANDS UP TO
    SUPPER—THE BAD BOY IS TO DIE AT SUNSET

    CHAPTER XVI.
    CHAPTER XVI.
    THE BAD BOY IN LOVE—ARE YOU A CHRISTIAN?—NO GETTING TO HEAVEN ON SMALL
    POTATOES—THE BAD BOY HAS TO CHEW COBS—MA SAYS IT'S GOOD FOR A BOY
    TO BE IN LOVE—LOVE WEAKENS THE BAD BOY—HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO GET
    MARRIED?—MAD DOG—NEVER EAT ICE CREAM

    CHAPTER XVII.
    CHAPTER XVII.
    HIS PA FIGHTS HORNETS—THE OLD MAN LOOKS BAD—THE WOODS OF
    WAUWATOSA—THE OLD MAN TAKES A NAP—"HELEN DAMNATION!"—"HELL IS OUT
    FOR NOON."—THE LIVER MEDICINE—ITS WONDERFUL EFFECTS—THE BAD BOY
    IS DRUNK—GIVE ME A LEMON!—A SIGHT OF THE COMET!—THE HIRED GIRL'S
    RELIGION

    CHAPTER XVIII.
    CHAPTER XVIII.
    HIS PA GOES HUNTING—MUTILATED JAW—THE OLD MAN HAS TAKEN TO SWEARING
    AGAIN—OUT WEST, DUCK SHOOTING—-HIS COAT TAIL SHOT OFF—SHOOTS AT A
    WILD GOOSE—THE GUN KICKS!—THROWS A CHAIR AT HIS SON—THE ASTONISHED
    SHE-DEACON

    CHAPTER XIX.
    CHAPTER XIX.
    HIS PA IS "NISHIATED"—ARE YOU A MASON?—NO HARM TO PLAY AT LODGE—WHY
    GOATS ARE KEPT IN STABLES—THE BAD BOY GETS THE GOAT UPSTAIRS—THE GRAND
    DUMPER DEGREE—KYAN PEPPER ON THE GOAT'S BEARD—"BRING FORTH THE ROYAL
    BUMPER"—THE GOAT ON THE RAMPAGE

    CHAPTER XX.
    CHAPTER XX.
    HIS GIRL GOES BACK ON HIM. THE GROCERY MAN IS AFRAID—BUT THE BAD BOY IS
    A WRECK—"MY GIRL, HAS SHOOK ME!"—THE BAD BOY'S HEART IS BROKEN—STILL
    HE ENJOYS A BIT OF FUN—COD LIVER OIL ON THE PANCAKES—THE HIRED GIRLS
    MADE VICTIMS—THE BAD BOY VOWS VENGEANCE ON HIS GIRL AND THE TELEGRAPH
    MESSENGER

    CHAPTER XXI.
    CHAPTER XXI.
    HE AND HIS PA IN CHICAGO—NOTHING LIKE TRAVELING TO GIVE TONE—LAUGHING
    IN THE WRONG PLACE—A DIABOLICAL PLOT—-HIS PA ARRESTED AS A
    KIDNAPPER—-THE NUMBERS ON THE DOORS CHANGED—THE WRONG ROOM—"NOTHIN'
    THE MAZZER WITH ME, PET!"—THE TELL-TALE HAT

    CHAPTER XXII.
    CHAPTER XXII.
    HIS PA IS DISCOURAGED—"I AIN'T NO JONER!"—THE STORY OF THE ANCIENT
    PROPHET—THE SUNDAY SCHOOL FOLKS GO BACK ON THE BAD BOY:—CAGED
    CATS—A COMMITTEE MEETING—A REMARKABLE CATASTROPHE!—"THAT BOY BEATS
    HELL!"—BASTING THE BAD BOY—THE HOT WATER IN THE SPONGE TRICK

    CHAPTER XXIII.
    CHAPTER XXIII.
    HE BECOMES A DRUGGIST—"I HAVE GONE INTO BUSINESS!"—-A NEW
    ROSE-GERANIUM PERFUME—-THE BAD BOY IN A DRUGGIST'S STORE—PRACTICING
    ON HIS PA—THE EXPLOSION—THE SEIDLETZ POWDER—HIS PA'S FREQUENT
    PAINS—POUNDING INDIA-RUBBER—CURING A WART

    CHAPTER XXIV.
    CHAPTER XXIV. HE QUITS THE DRUG BUSINESS.
    HE HAS DISSOLVED WITH THE DRUGGER—THE OLD LADY AND THE GIN—THE BAD BOY
    IGNOMINIOUSLY FIRED—HOW HE DOSED HIS PA'S BRANDY—THE BAD BOY AS "HAWTY
    AS A DOOK!"—HE GETS EVEN WITH HIS GIRL—-THE BAD BOY WANTS A QUIET
    PLACE—THE OLD MAN THREATENS THE PARSON

    CHAPTER XXV.
    CHAPTER XXV.
    HIS PA KILLS HIM—A GENIUS AT WHISTLING—A FUR-LINED CLOAK A CURE CURE
    FOR CONSUMPTION—ANOTHER LETTER SENT TO THE OLD MAN—HE RESOLVES ON
    IMMEDIATE PUNISHMENT—THE BLADDER-BUFFER—THE EXPLOSION—A TRAGIC
    SCENE—HIS PA VOWS TO REFORM

    CHAPTER XXVI.
    CHAPTER XXVI.
    HIS PA MORTIFIED—SEARCHING FOR SEWER GAS—THE POWERFUL ODOR OF
    LIMBURGER CHEESE AT CHURCH—THE AFTER MEETING—FUMIGATING THE HOUSE—THE
    BAD BOY RESOLVES TO BOARD AT AN HOTEL.

    CHAPTER XXVII.
    CHAPTER XXVII.
    HIS PA BROKE UP—THE BAD BOY DON'T THINK THE GROCER FIT FOR HEAVEN—HE
    IS VERY SEVERE ON HIS OLD FRIEND—THE NEED OF A NEW REVISED EDITION—THE
    BAD BOY TURNS REVISER—HIS PA REACHES FOR THE POKER—A SPECIAL
    PROVIDENCE—THE SLED SLEWED!—HIS PA UNDER THE MULES

    CHAPTER XXVIII.
    CHAPTER XXVIII.
    HIS PA GOES SKATING—THE BAD BOY CARVES A TURKEY—HIS PA'S FAME AS A
    SKATER—THE OLD MAN ESSAYS TO SKATE ON ROLLERS—HIS WILD CAPERS—HE
    SPREADS HIMSELF—-HOLIDAYS A CONDEMNED NUISANCER—THE BAD BOY'S
    CHRISTMAS PRESENTS

    CHAPTER XXIX.
    CHAPTER XXIX.
    HIS PA GOES CALLING—HIS PA STARTS FORTH—A PICTURE OF THE OLD
    MAN "FULL"—POLITENESS AT A WINTER PICNIC—ASSAULTED BY
    SANDBAGGERS—RESOLVED TO DRINK NO MORE COFFEE—A GIRL FULL OF "AIG NOGG"

    CHAPTER XXX.
    CHAPTER XXX.
    HIS PA DISSECTED—THE MISERIES OF THE MUMPS—NO PICKLES, THANK
    YOU—ONE MORE EFFORT To REFORM THE OLD MAN—THE BAD BOY PLAYS MEDICAL
    STUDENT—PROCEEDS TO DISSECT HIS PA—"GENTLEMEN, I AM NOT DEAD!"—SAVED
    FROM THE SCALPEL—"NO MORE WHISKY FOR YOU."

    CHAPTER XXXI.
    CHAPTER XXXI.
    HIS PA JOINS A TEMPERANCE SOCIETY—THE GROCERY MAN SYMPATHISES WITH THE
    OLD MAN—WARNS THE BAD BOY THAT HE MAY HAVE A STEP-FATHER!—THE BAD
    BOY SCORNS THE IDEA—INTRODUCES HIS PA TO THE GRAND "WORTHY DUKE!"—THE
    SOLEMN OATH—THE BRAND PLUCKED FROM THE BURNING

    CHAPTER XXXII.
    CHAPTER XXXII.
    HIS PA'S MARVELOUS ESCAPE—THE GROCERY MAN HAS NO VASELINE—THE OLD
    MAN PROVIDES THREE FIRE ESCAPES—ONE OF THE ESCAPES TESTED—HIS PA
    SCANDALIZES THE CHURCH—"SHE'S A DARLING!"—WORLDLY MUSIC IN THE COURTS
    OF ZION

    CHAPTER XXXIII.
    CHAPTER XXXIII.
    HIS PA JOKES HIM—THE BAD BOY CAUGHT AT LAST—HOW TO GROW A
    MOUSTACHE—TAR AND CAYENNE PEPPER—THE GROCERY MAN'S FATE IS
    SEALED—FATHER AND SON JOIN IN A PRACTICAL JOKE—SOFT SOAP ON THE
    STEPS—DOWNFALL OF MINISTERS AND DEACONS—"MA TO THE RESCUE!"—THE BAD
    BOY GETS EVEN WITH HIS PA

    CHAPTER XXXIV.
    CHAPTER XXXIV.
    HIS PA GETS MAD—A ROOM IN COURT-PLASTER—THE BAD BOY DECLINES BEING
    MAULED!—THE OLD MAN GETS A HOT BOX—THE BAD BOY BORROWS A CAT!—THE
    BATTLE!—"HELEN BLAZES!"—THE CAT VICTORIOUS!—THE BAD BOY DRAWS THE
    LINE AT KINDLING WOOD!

    CHAPTER XXXV.
    CHAPTER XXXV.
    HIS PA AN INVENTOR—THE BAD BOY A MARTYR—THE DOG-COLLAR IN
    THE SAUSAGE—A PATENT STOVE—THE PATENT TESTED!—HIS PA A BURNT
    OFFERING—EARLY BREAKFAST!

    CHAPTER XXXVI.
    HIS PA GETS BOXED—PARROT FOR SALE—THE OLD MAN IS DOWN ON THE
    GROCER—"A CONTRITE HEART BEATS A BOB-TAILED FLUSH!"—POLLY'S
    RESPONSES—CAN A PARROT GO TO HELL?—THE OLD MAN GETS ANOTHER BLACK
    EYE—DUFFY HITS FOR KEEPS!—NOTHING LIKE AN OYSTER FOR A BLACK EYE



Grocery Man and Peck's Bad Boy (v.2)

DETAILED CONTENTS.

CHAPTER I.

CHAPTER II.

CHAPTER III.

CHAPTER IV.

CHAPTER V.

CHAPTER VI.

CHAPTER VII.

CHAPTER VIII.

CHAPTER IX.

CHAPTER X.

CHAPTER XI.

CHAPTER XII.

CHAPTER XIII.


CHAPTER XIV.

CHAPTER XV.

CHAPTER XVI.

CHAPTER XVII.

CHAPTER XVIII.

CHAPTER XIX.

CHAPTER XX.

CHAPTER XXI.

CHAPTER XXII.

CHAPTER XXIII.

CHAPTER XXIV.

CHAPTER XXV.

CHAPTER XXVI.

CHAPTER XXVII.



List of Illustrations

Cover

Frontispiece

Titlepage

Well I'm Dem'd

One for the Old Maid

The Old Man Stabbed

Maple Syrup for One

Great God, Hanner, We Are Blowed Up

By Low Baby

The Old Man, the Hired Girl and The Goat

After the Earthquake Was Over

Uncle Tom and Topsy

The Minister and Deacons Salted

The Sunday School Teachers First Appearance on Stage

Pa Was All Tied up

Fourth of July Misadventures

Hennery, Your Pa is a Mighty Sick Man



DETAILED CONTENTS.

    CHAPTER I.
    CHAPTER I.
    VARIEGATED DOGS—THE BAD BOY SLEEPS ON THE ROOF—A MAN DOESN'T
    KNOW EVERYTHING AT FORTY-EIGHT—THE OLD MAN WANTS SOME POLLYNURIOUS
    WATER—THE DYER'S DOGS—PROCESSION OF THE DOGS—PINK, BLUE, GREEN AND
    WHITE—"WELL, I'M DEM'd"—HIS PA DON'T APPRECIATE.

    CHAPTER II.
    CHAPTER II.
    HIS PA PLAYS JOKES—A MAN SHOULDN'T GET MAD AT A JOKE—THE MAGIC
    BOUQUET—THE GROCERY MAN TAKES A TURN—HIS PA TRIES THE BOUQUET AT
    CHURCH—ONE FOR THE OLD MAID—A FIGHT ENSUES—THE BAD BOY THREATENS THE
    GROCERY man—A COMPROMISE.

    CHAPTER III.
    CHAPTER III.
    HIS PA STABBED—THE GROCERY MAN SETS A TRAP IN VAIN—A BOOM IN
    LINIMENT—HIS PA GOES TO THE LANGTRY SHOW—THE BAD BOY TURNS
    BURGLAR—THE OLD MAN STABBED—HIS ACCOUNT OF THE FRAY—A GOOD SINGLE
    HANDED LIAR.

    CHAPTER IV.
    CHAPTER IV.
    HIS PA BUSTED—THE CRAZE FOR MINING STOCK—WHAT'S A BILK?—THE PIOUS
    BILK—THE OLD MAN INVESTS—THE DEACONS AND EVEN THE HIRED GIRLS
    INVEST—HOT MAPLE SYRUP FOR ONE—GETTING A MAN'S MIND OFF HIS TROUBLES.

    CHAPTER V.
    CHAPTER V.
    HIS PA AND DYNAMITE—THE OLD MAN SELLING SILVER STOCK—FENIAN
    SCARE—"DYNAMITE" IN MILWAUKEE—THE FENIAN BOOM—"GREAT GOD, MANNER!
    WE ARE BLOWED UP!"—HIS MA HAS LOTS OF SAND—THE OLD MAN USELESS IN
    TROUBLE—THE DOG AND THE FALSE TEETH

    CHAPTER VI.
    CHAPTER VI.
    HIS PA AN ORANGEMAN—THE GROCERY MAN SHAMEFULLY ABUSED—HE GETS
    HOT—BUTTER, OLEOMARGARINE AND AXLE GREASE—THE OLD MAN WEARS ORANGE
    ON ST. PATRICK'S DAY—HE HAS TO RUN FOR HIS LIFE—THE BAD BOY AT SUNDAY
    SCHOOL—INGERSOLL AND BEECHER VOTED OUT—MARY HAD A LAMB

    CHAPTER VII.
    CHAPTER VII.
    HIS MA DECEIVES HIM—THE BAD BOY IN SEARCH OF SAFFRON—"WELL, IT'S A
    GIRL, IF YOU MUST KNOW"—THE BAD BOY IS GRIEVED AT HIS MA'S DECEPTION—
    "SH-H-H TOOTSY GO TO SLEEP"—"BY LOW, BABY"—THAT SETTLED IT WITH
    THE CAT—A BABY! BAH! IT MAKES ME TIRED

    CHAPTER VIII.
    CHAPTER VIII.
    THE BABY AND THE GOAT. THE BAD BOY THINKS HIS SISTER WILL BE A FIRE
    ENGINE—"OLD NUMBER TWO"—BABY REQUIRES GOAT MILK—? THE GOAT IS
    FRISKY—TAKES TO EATING ROMAN CANDLES—THE OLD MAN, THE HIRED GIRL, AND
    THE GOAT—THE BAD BOY BECOMES TELLER IN A LIVERY STABLE

    CHAPTER IX.
    CHAPTER IX.
    A FUNERAL PROCESSION—THE BAD BOY ON CRUTCHES—"YOU OUGHT TO SEE THE
    MINISTER"—AN ELEVEN DOLLAR FUNERAL—THE MINISTER TAKES THE LINES—AN
    EARTHQUAKE—AFTER THE EARTHQUAKE WAS OVER—THE POLICEMAN FANS THE
    MINISTER—A MINISTER SHOULD HAVE SENSE

    CHAPTER X.
    CHAPTER X.
    THE OLD MAN MAKES A SPEECH. THE GROCERY MAN AND THE BAD BOY HAVE
    A FUSS—THE BOHEMIAN BAND—THE BAD BOY ORGANIZES A SERENADE—"BABY
    MINE"—THE OLD MAN ELOQUENT—THE BOHEMIANS CREATE A FAMINE—THE Y. M. C.
    A. ANNOUNCEMENT

    CHAPTER XI.
    CHAPTER XI.
    GARDENING UNDER DIFFICULTIES—THE GROCERY MAN IS DECEIVED—THE BAD
    BOY DON'T LIKE MOVING—GOES INTO THE COLORING BUSINESS—THE OLD MAN
    THOROUGHLY DISGUSTED—UNCLE TOM AND TOPSY—THE OLD MAN ARRESTED—WHAT
    THE GROCERY MAN THINKS—THE BAD BOY MORALIZES ON HIS FATE—RESOLVES TO
    BE GOOD

    CHAPTER XII.
    CHAPTER XII.
    THE OLD MAN SHOOTS THE MINISTER—THE BAD BOY TRIES TO LEAD A DIFFERENT
    LIFE—MURDER IN THE AIR—THE OLD MAN AND HIS FRIENDS GIVE THEMSELVES
    AWAY—DREADFUL STORIES OF THEIR WICKED YOUTH—THE CHICKEN COOP
    INVADED—THE OLD MAN TO THE RESCUE—THE MINISTER AND THE DEACONS SALTED

    CHAPTER XIII.
    CHAPTER XIII.
    THE BAD BOY A THOROUGHBRED. THE BAD BOY WITH A BLACK EYE—A POOR
    FRIENDLESS GIRL EXCITES HIS PITY—PROVES HIMSELF A GALLANT
    KNIGHT—THE OLD MAN IS CHARMED AT HIS SON'S COURAGE—THE GROCERY MAN
    MORALIZES—FIFTEEN CHRISTS IN MILWAUKEE—THE TABLES TURNED—THE OLD MAN
    WEARS THE BOY'S OLD CLOTHES

    CHAPTER XIV.
    CHAPTER XIV.
    ENTERTAINING Y. M. C. A. DELEGATES—THE BAD BOY MINISTERS AT THE Y.
    M. C. A. WATER FOUNTAIN—THE DELEGATES FLOOD THEMSELVES WITH SODA
    WATER—TWO DELEGATES DEALT TO HIS MA—THE NIGHT KEY—THE FALL OF THE
    FLOWER STAND—DELEGATES IN THE CELLAR ALL NIGHT—THE BAD BOY'S GIRL IS
    WORKING HIS REFORMATION

    CHAPTER XV.
    CHAPTER XV.
    HE TURNS SUPE. THE BAD BOY QUITS JERKING SODA—ENTERS THE DRAMATIC
    PROFESSION—"WHAT'S A SUPER"—THE PRIVILEGES OF A SUPE'S FATHER—BEHIND
    THE SCENES—THE BAD BOY HAS PLAYED WITH MC'CULLOUGH—"IWAS THE
    POPULACE."—PLAYS IT ON HIS SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHER—"I PRITHEE, AU
    RESERVOIR, I GO HENS!"

    CHAPTER XVI.
    CHAPTER XVI.
    UNCLE EZRA PAYS A VISIT. UNCLE EZRA CAUSES THE BAD BOY TO
    BACKSLIDE—UNCLE EZRA AND THE OLD MAN WERE BAD PILLS—THEIR RECORD IS
    AWFUL—KEEPING UNCLE EZRA ON THE RAGGED EDGE—THE BED SLATS FIXED—THE
    OLD MAN TANGLED UP—THIS WORLD IS NOT RUN RIGHT—UNCLE EZRA MAKES HIM
    TIRED

    CHAPTER XVII.
    CHAPTER XVII.
    HE DISCUSSES THEOLOGY. MEDITATIONS ON NOAH'S ARK—THE GARDEN OF
    EDEN—THE ANCIENT DUDE—ADAM WITH A PLUG HAT ON—"I'M A THINKER FROM
    THINKERSVILLE"—THE APOSTLES IN A PATROL WAGON—ELIJAH AND ELISHA—THE
    PRODIGAL SON—A VEAL POT PIE FOR DINNER

    CHAPTER XVIII.
    CHAPTER XVIII.
    THE DEPARTED ROOSTER. THE GROCERY MAN DISCOURSES ON DEATH—THE DEAD
    ROOSTER—A BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH—THE TENDERNESS BETWEEN THE ROOSTER
    AND HIS FAITHFUL HEN—THE HEN RETIRES TO SET—THE CHICKENS—THE PROUD
    ROOSTER DIES—THE FICKLE HEN FLIRTING IN INDECENT HASTE

    CHAPTER XIX.
    CHAPTER XIX.
    ONE MORE JOKE ON THE OLD MAN—UNCLE EZRA RETURNS—THE BASKET ON THE
    STEPS—THE ANONYMOUS LETTER—"O, BROTHER THAT I SHOULD LIVE TO SEE THIS
    DAY!"—AN UGLY DUTCH BABY—THE OLD MAN WHEELS THE BABY NOW—A FROG IN
    THE OLD MAN'S BED

    CHAPTER XX.
    CHAPTER XX.
    FOURTH OF JULY MISADVENTURES. TROUBLE IN THE PISTOL POCKET—THE GROCERY
    MAN'S CAT THE BAD BOY A MINISTERING ANGEL—ASLEEP ON THE FOURTH OF
    JULY—GOES WITH HIS GIRL TO THE SOLDIER'S HOME—TERRIBLE. FOURTH OF JULY
    MISADVENTURES—THE GIRL WHO WENT OUT COMES BACK A BURNT OFFERING

    CHAPTER XXI.
    CHAPTER XXI.
    WORKING ON SUNDAY. TURNING A GRINDSTONE IS HEALTHY—"NOT ANY GRINDSTONE
    FOR HENNERY!"—THIS HYPOCRISY IS PLAYED OUT—ANOTHER JOB ON THE OLD
    MAN—HOW THE DAYS OF THE WEEK GOT MIXED—THE NUMEROUS FUNERALS—THE
    MINISTER APPEARS—THE BAD BOY GOES OVER THE BACK FENCE

    CHAPTER XXII.
    CHAPTER XXII.
    THE OLD MAN AWFULLY BLOATED. THE OLD MAN BEGINS DRINKING AGAIN—THINKS
    BETTING IS HARMLESS—HAD TO WALK HOME FROM CHICAGO—THE SPECTACLES
    CHANGED—A SMALL SUIT OF CLOTHES—THE OLD MAN AWFULLY BLOATED—"HENNERY,
    YOUR PA IS A MIGHTY SICK MAN"—THE SWELLING SUDDENLY GOES DOWN

    CHAPTER XXIII.
    CHAPTER XXIII.
    THE GROCERY MAN AND THE GHOST. GHOSTS DON'T STEAL WORMY FIGS—A GRAND
    REHEARSAL—THE MINISTER MURDERS HAMLET—THE WATER MELON KNIFE—THE OLD
    MAN WANTED TO REHEARSE THE DRUNKEN SCENE IN RIP VAN WINKLE—NO HUGGING
    ALLOWED—HAMLET WOULDN'T HAVE TWO GHOSTS—"HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE AN
    IDIOT?"

    CHAPTER XXIV.
    CHAPTER XXIV.
    THE CRUEL WOMAN AND THE LUCKLESS DOG—THE BAD BOY WITH A DOG AND A BLACK
    EYE—WHERE DID YOU STEAL HIM?—ANGELS DON'T BREAK DOGS' LEGS—A WOMAN
    WHO BREAKS DOGS' LEGS HAS NO SHOW WITH ST. PETER—ANOTHER BURGLAR
    SCARE—THE GROCERY DELIVERY MAN SCARED

    CHAPTER XXV.
    CHAPTER XXV.
    THE BAD BOY GROWS THOUGHTFUL—WHY IS LETTUCE LIKE A GIRL?—KING SOLOMON
    A FOOL—THINK OF ANY SANE MAN HAVING A THOUSAND WIVES—HE WOULD HAVE
    TO HAVE TWO HOTELS DURING VACATION—300 BLONDES—600 BRUNETTES, ETC.—A
    THOUSAND WIVES TAKING ICE CREAM—"I DON'T ENVY SOLOMON HIS THOUSAND"

    CHAPTER XXVI.
    CHAPTER XXVI.
    FARM EXPERIENCES. THE BAD BOY WORKS ON A FARM FOR A DEACON—HE KNOWS
    WHEN HE HAS GOT ENOUGH—HOW THE DEACON MADE HIM FLAX AROUND—AND HOW HE
    MADE IT WARM FOR THE DEACON

    CHAPTER XXVII.
    DRINKING CIDER IN THE CELLAR—THE DEACON WILL NOT ACCEPT HENNERY'S
    RESIGNATION—HE WANTS BUTTER ON HIS PANCAKES—HIS CHUM JOINS HIM—THE
    SKUNK IN THE CELLAR—THE POOR BOY GETS THE "AGER."



Peck's Bad Boy Abroad

DETAILED CONTENTS

PECK'S BAD BOY ABROAD.

CHAPTER I.

CHAPTER II.

CHAPTER III.

CHAPTER IV.

CHAPTER V.

CHAPTER VI.

CHAPTER VII.

CHAPTER VIII.

CHAPTER IX.

CHAPTER X.


CHAPTER XI.

CHAPTER XII.

CHAPTER XIII.

CHAPTER XIV.

CHAPTER XV.

CHAPTER XVI.

CHAPTER XVII.

CHAPTER XVIII.

CHAPTER XIX.

CHAPTER XX.


CHAPTER XXI.

CHAPTER XXII.

CHAPTER XXIII.

CHAPTER XXIV.

CHAPTER XXV.

CHAPTER XXVI.

CHAPTER XXVII.

CHAPTER XXVIII.

CHAPTER XXIX.

CHAPTER XXX.



List of Illustrations

Don't Shoot, Please 019

Doctors Left a Monkey Wrench in Him 025

Went out Just Ahead of the Old Man's Arctic Overshoes 027

Pasted a Tomato Can Label on the Suitcase 31

He Began to Dance All Around the Platform 037

Fished out a Nickel and Gave It to the Porter 042

President Began to Curl up his Lip 045

I Was Starting to Give Him a Swift Punch 047

Saw the Marble Coffins in Which George and Martha 050

Slipped It Down the Back of Dad's Pants 057

The Waiter Brought Dad the Check 063

One Man Wanted Dad to Cash a Check 067

Night Watchman Came in With a House Policeman 071

I Am Sorry for Dad, Because he Holds More Than I Do 074

A Speech, Thanking his Fellow Countrymen 078

Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep 094

Snarl at Everybody They See 101

Stood Around and Let Richard Kill Those Princes 098

Beefeater's Stampede 107

Suit he Had Made in Oshkosh 111

Settling the Irish Question 115

God Save the King 119

He Went over Backwards 121

Glad to Serve Any of the Descendants Of The Heroes 126

Dad Rolled off over the Bowsprit 128

Isn't Money Enough in the Whole Family to Wad a Gun 131

Dad Drove the Dukes out 135

Coughs up a Tip Every Time 143

A Tone of Voice That Meant Trouble 138

I Won't Hurt the Little Runt 145

Tried to Explain That he Had Been Buncoed 148

Badge on Dad's Breast, With the Word "bishop" 153

Dad Was a Sight when We Found Him in Jail 155

Flies Crawling Around There Are Men and Women 157

He Took out a Five-dollar Bill 159

Dance, Like They Had Seen the People Dance at The Show 164

A System of Gambling 162

Seeing the Poor Devils Who Had Gone Broke 166

Reach Into Another Pocket and Dig up Another Roll 171

Started in on a Democratic Speech 175

Dad Got Down on his Knees and Tried to Say a Prayer 178

Dad Slipped Down a Crevice About 100 Feet 181

Have to Remain There Until Spring Opened 183

Dad and the Anarchists Reveled Till Morning 188

Coughed up over $40 the First Day, Just Giving to Beggars 191

Overboard, One Yell in the English Language, One In Eye-talian 193

Then You Don't Blame Your Little Boy, Do You 197

Wanted to Turn in a Fire Alarm 201

Threw a Pail of Ashes over the Fence 204

Dad Insisted on Carrying an Umbrella 207

The Man Rolled Dad over and he Was a Sight 210

It Was a Picture to See Dad Go up Old Baldhead 214

And She Was Stroking his Hair 217

He Was Yelling for Water 223

Pulled a Long Blue Gun 220

It Brought on a Revolution 227

What Dad Expected of Me in the Way Of Amusement 230

Went over in the Sand and Struck his Pants on a Cactus 233

He Took the Lead for Good Old Rome 235

Had to Kiss Anybody They Brought To Me 238

For Awhile Dad Dassent Go up 241

He Would Break Me up Into Bones, and Throw Me Into a Pile 246

The Russian Told Dad That Nicholas Just Doted On Americans 250

See the Guards Shaking Dice for Our Money 253

A Cossack Rode Right up to Him and Lashed Him over The Back 258

Hit Dad in the Nose With The Butt of a Revolver 255

Hung by One Pant Leg 264

Piled Us out on Top of Dad 269

Dad Stood up in the Sledge 267

Pursued by a Pack of Ravenous Wolves 271

When Dad Put his Hand on Her Shoulder and Petted It 276

Get out You Hounds 282

There'll Be a Hot Time in the Old Town To-night 279

Another Took Me by the Ear 285

He Must Bring his Folks, and All His Wives 289

He Was Just Getting Warmed up 293

Stampede 299

It Takes Nine Baths to Get Down To American Epidermis 304

Sat There Like a Frog on A Pond Lily Leaf 308

Started on a Stampede for the Pyramids 311

I Was Ashamed of Dad 319

Pay, Or They Would Kill Him 316

Dad is Disguised As a Shiek 323

Keep Away from the Banks for Fear The Banks Will Cave In 329

Sang So Loud You Would Think he Would Split Hisself 333

Breathed in his Face 339

The King Got One Piece of the Cayenne Pepper Candy 347

Dad Couldn't Stand It Any Longer 343

Dad's Pants Stayed on the Bull's Horns 349

There is Laughter Everywhere 353

And So This is the Champion Little Devil of America 357

Dad Leaned Against a Lamp Post and Scratched his Back 364

Began to Sell Things To Dad 368

Dad and Leopold Make a Rush for That Swimming Place 372

I'll Swim You a Match to the Other Side 378

When the Goats Began to Chew The Clothes 375

Grabbed a Mouthful of Dad's Ample Pants 386

The Ox Bellowed and Run Away 382



CONTENTS

    CHAPTER I.
    CHAPTER I.
    The Bad Boy and His Chum Call on the Old Groceryman After Being Away at
    School—The Bad Boy's Dad in a Bad Way

    CHAPTER II.
    CHAPTER II.
    The Bad Boy and His Dad Ready for Their Travels—The Bad Boy Labels the
    Old Man's Suit Case—How the Cowboys Made Him Dance Once

    CHAPTER III.
    CHAPTER III.
    The Bad Boy Writes About the Fun They Had Going to Washington—He
    and His Dad Call on President Roosevelt—The Bad Boy Meets One of the
    Children and They Disagree

    CHAPTER IV.
    CHAPTER IV.
    The Bad Boy and His Dad Visit Mount Vernon—Dad Weeps at the Grave of
    the Father of Our Country

    CHAPTER V.
    CHAPTER V.
    The Bad Boy and His Dad Have Dinner at the Waldorf-Astoria—The Bad Boy
    Orders Dinner—The Old Man Gets Stuck—Tries to Rescue a Countess in
    Distress

    CHAPTER VI.
    CHAPTER VI.
    The Bad Boy Writes the Old Groceryman About Ocean Voyages—His Dad Has
    an Argument Over a Steamer Chair.

    CHAPTER VII.
    CHAPTER VII.
    The Bad Boy and His Dad Eat Fog—Call on Astor—A Dynamite Outrage

    CHAPTER VIII.
    CHAPTER VIII.
    The Bad Boy Writes About the Craze for Gin in the White-chapel
    District—He Gives His Dad a Scare in the Tower of London

    CHAPTER IX.
    CHAPTER IX.
    The Bad Boy and His Dad Call on King Edward and Almost Settle the Irish
    Question

    CHAPTER X.
    CHAPTER X.
    The Bad Boy Writes of Ancient and Modern Highwaymen—¦ They Get a Taste
    of High Life in London and Dad Tells the Story of the Picklemaker's
    Daughter

    CHAPTER XI.
    CHAPTER XI.
    The Bad Boy Writes About Paris—Tells About the Trip Across the English
    Channel—Dad Feeds a Dog and Gets Arrested

    CHAPTER XII.
    CHAPTER XII.
    The Bad Boy's Second Letter from Paris—Dad Poses as a Mormon Bishop
    and Has to Be Rescued—They Climb the Eiffel Tower and the Old Man Gets
    Converted

    CHAPTER XIII.
    CHAPTER XIII.
    The Bad Boy's Dad and a Man from Dakota Frame Up a Scheme to Break the
    Bank, But They Go Broke—The Party in Trouble

    CHAPTER XIV.
    CHAPTER XIV.
    The Bad Boy and His Dad Have an Automobile Ride—They Run Over a
    Peasant—Climb "Glaziers"—Dad Falls Over a Precipice, But Is Rescued by
    the Guides After a Hard Time of It

    CHAPTER XV.
    CHAPTER XV.
    Dad Plays He Is an Anarchist—They Give Alms to the Beggars and the Bad
    Boy Ducks a Gondolier and His Dad in the Grand Canal

    CHAPTER XVI.
    CHAPTER XVI.
    The Bad Boy Writes from Naples—Dad Sees Vesuvius and Calls the Servants
    to Put Out the Fire—They Have Trouble with a "Dago" in Pompeii

    CHAPTER XVII.
    CHAPTER XVII.
    The Bad Boy and His Dad Climb Vesuvius—A Chicago Lady Joins the Party
    and Causes Trouble

    CHAPTER XVIII.
    CHAPTER XVIII.
    The Bad Boy Makes Friends with Some Italian Children—Dad is Chased by
    Lions from the Coliseum—" Not Any More Rome for Papa," says Dad

    CHAPTER XIX.
    CHAPTER XIX.
    The Bad Boy and His Dad Visit the Pope—They Bow to, the King of Italy
    and His Nine Spots—Dad Finds That "The Catacombs" Is Not a Comic Opera

    CHAPTER XX.
    CHAPTER XX.
    The Bad Boy Tells About the Land of the Czar and the Trouble They Had to
    Get There—Dad Does a Stunt and Mixes It Up with the People and Soldiers

    CHAPTER XXI.
    CHAPTER XXI.
    Dad Sees a Russian Revolution and Faints—'The Bad Boy Arranges a Wolf
    Hunt—Dad Threatens to Throw the Boy to the Wolves

    CHAPTER XXII.
    CHAPTER XXII.
    Dad Wears His Masonic Fez in Constantinople—They Find the Turks
    Sensitive on the Dog Question—A College Yell for the Sultan Sends Him
    Into a Fit

    CHAPTER XXIII.
    CHAPTER XXIII.
    The Bad Boy and His Dad Meet the Cream of the Harem—"Little Egypt" Does
    a Dancing Stunt—The Sultan Wants to Send Fifty Wives to the President

    CHAPTER XXIV.
    CHAPTER XXIV.
    The Bad Boy and His Dad Arrive in Cairo—At the Hotel They Meet Some
    Egyptian Princesses—Dad Rides a Camel to the Pyramids and Meets with
    Difficulties

    CHAPTER XXV.
    CHAPTER XXV.
    The Bad Boy and His Dad Climb the Pyramids—The Bad Boy Lights a Cannon
    Cracker in Rameses' Tomb—They Flee from Egypt in Disguise

    CHAPTER XXVI.
    CHAPTER XXVI.
    The Bad Boy Writes About Gibraltar—The Irish-English Army—How He Would
    Take the Fortress—Dad Wants to Buy the "Rock"

    CHAPTER XXVII.
    CHAPTER XXVII.
    The Bad Boy Writes of Spain—They call On the King and the Bad Boy Is At
    It Once More—They See a Bull Fight and Dad Does a Turn

    CHAPTER XXVIII.
    CHAPTER XXVIII.
    The Bad Boy and His Dad at Berlin—They Call On Emperor William and His
    Family and the Bad Boy Plays a Joke on Them All

    CHAPTER XXIX.
    CHAPTER XXIX.
    The Bad Boy Writes from Brussels—He and Dad See the Field of Waterloo
    and Call on King Leopold, and Dad and the King Go in for a Swim—The Bad
    Boy, a Dog and Some Goats Do the Rest

    CHAPTER XXX.
    CHAPTER XXX.
    The Bad Boy's Delayed Letter About Holland and Cuba—Dad and the Boy Go
    for a Drive in a Dog-Cart—They Have a Great Time—Land in Cuba and See
    the Island We Fought For



Peck's Uncle Ike and Red Headed Boy

CHAPTER I.

CHAPTER II.

CHAPTER III.

CHAPTER IV.

CHAPTER V.

CHAPTER VI.

CHAPTER VII.

CHAPTER VIII.


CHAPTER IX.

CHAPTER X.

CHAPTER XI.

CHAPTER XII.

CHAPTER XIII.

CHAPTER XIV.

CHAPTER XV.

CHAPTER XVI.


CHAPTER XVII.

CHAPTER XVIII.

CHAPTER XIX.

CHAPTER XX.

CHAPTER XXI.

CHAPTER XXII.

CHAPTER XXIII.

CHAPTER XXIV.



List of Illustrations

Cover

Frontispiece

Titlepage

A Dog Biscuit Would Have Been Mince Pie

Something the Matter With This 'ere Terbacker

It Does Not Take Opera Music to Get People To Heaven

Wanted Me to Send For a Doctor

Grabbed a Circus Man by the Arm

My Boy, You Are Going to Lose Your Uncle Ike

Which is Jeffries

We Are Going to Have the Petition

Bump That Indicates That You Will Steal

She is a Nice, Warm-looking Girl

A Lot of Us Boys Are Going to the Klondike

I Heard a Rumor About You Yesterday

Here, This Plaster Has Got to Be Removed

Nothing on But a Flour Sack

Been Trying to Smoke the Old Man's Pipe, Eh!

Take to the Chaparral, Condemn You

You Better Call It a Draw

We Came to Offer You the Position of Colonel

Where Did You Get That Watch

What Dum Foolishness You Got on Hand Now

Squirming Like a Lot of Angleworms

Where's the Police

I Would Give Him One on the Nose With My Left Hand

A Life on the Ocean Wave



Peck's Sunshine

"NOT GUILTY."

PECK'S SUNSHINE.

FEMALE DOCTORS WILL NEVER DO.

CROSSMAN'S GOAT.

A MEAN TRICK.

A FEMALE KNIGHT OF PYTHIAS.

THE TELESCOPE FISH-POLE CANE.

AN ARM THAT IS NOT RELIABLE.

BOUNCED FROM CHURCH FOR DANCING.

POLICE SEARCHING WOMEN.

ABOUT HELL.

UNSCREWING THE TOP OF A FRUIT JAR.

BUTTERMILK BIBBERS.

AN ÆSTHETIC FEMALE CLUB BUSTED.

FOOLING WITH THE BIBLE.

COLORED CONCERT TROUPES.

COULDN'T GET AWAY FROM HIM.

DOGS AND HUMAN BEINGS.

ARTHUR WILL KEEP A COW.

SHALL THERE BE HUGGING IN THE PARKS?

THE BOB-TAILED BADGER.

CANNIBALS AND CORK LEGS.

THE MINISTERIAL PUGILISTS.

MUSIC ON THE WATERS.

WOMAN-DOZING A DEMOCRAT.

A LIVELY TRAIN LOAD.

HOW SHARPER THAN A HOUND'S TOOTH.

A SEWING MACHINE GIVEN TO THE BOSS GIRL.

DON'T APPRECIATE KINDNESS.

RELIGION AND FISH.

A DOCTOR OF LAWS.

THE DIFFERENCE IN HORSES.

ADDICTED TO LIMBURG CHEESE.

TERRIBLE TIME ON THE CARS.

CHANGED SATCHELS.

THE NAUGHTY BUT NICE CHURCH CHOIR.

SENSE IN LITTLE BUGS.

SUMMER RESORTING.

THE GOSPEL CAR.

INCIDENTS AT THE NEWHALL HOUSE FIRE.

THE WAY WOMEN BOSS A PILLOW.

THE DEADLY PAPER BAG

THE VIRGINIA DUEL.

THE DIFFERENCE.

SPURIOUS TRIPE.

A CASE OF PARALYSIS.

MALE AND FEMALE MASHING.

THE USES OF THE PAPER BAG.

THE NEW COAL STOVE.

A COLD, CHEERLESS RIDE.

SOME TALK ABOUT MONOPOLIES.

A BALD-HEADED MAN MOST CRAZY.

ACCIDENTS AND INCIDENTS AT THEATRES.

ALL ABOUT A SANDWICH.

GOODWILL AND COMPASSION.

THE FEMALE BURGLAR.

THE GIRL THAT WAS HUGGED TO DEATH.

OUR CHRISTIAN NEIGHBORS HAVE GONE.

THE SUDDEN FIRE-WORKS AT RACINE.

YOUNG FOOLS WHO MARRY.

LARGE MOUTHS ARE FASHIONABLE.

LOOKING FOR A MOOLEY COW.

THE HARMFUL HAMMOCK.

BOYS AND CIRCUSES.

A TRYING SITUATION.

THE KIND OF A DOCTOR TO HAVE.

THEY DON'T KNOW WHAT THEY ABE TALKING ABOUT.

A KANSAS CYCLONE.

HOW JEFF DAVIS WAS CAPTURED.

THOSE BOLD, BAD DRUMMERS.

ANGELS OR EAGLES.

AN ACCIDENT ALL ABOUND.

PRIZE FIGHTING AND MORMONISM.

MISDEAL IN A SLEEPING CAR.

PARALYSIS IN A THEATRE

THE QUEEREST NAME.

CHURCH KENO.

THE ADVENT PREACHER AND THE BALLOON.

THE CAUSE OF RHEUMATISM.

HOW A GROCERY MAN WAS MAIMED.

CAMP MEETING IN THE DARK OF THE MOON.

ANOTHER VIEW OF THE CASK

THE PIOUS DEACON AND THE WORLDLY COW.

THE QUESTION OF CATS.

THE KNIGHT AND THE BRIDAL CHAMBER.

THE HOUSE GIRL RACE.

THE TROUBLE MR. STOREY HAS.

TRAGEDY ON THE STAGE.

THE MISTAKE ABOUT IT.

THE MAN FROM DUBUQUE.

THE GIDDY GIRLS QUARREL.

DON'T LEAVE YOUR GUM AROUND.

THE WAY TO NAME CHILDREN.

ABOUT RAILROAD CONDUCTORS.

A HOT BOX AT A PICNIC.

BROKE UP A PRAYER MEETING.

SHOOTING ON SUNDAY, WITH THE MOUTH.

A WASHINGTON SURPRISE PARTY.

THE DIFFERENCE IN CLOTHES.

A TEMPERANCE LECTURE THAT HURT.

BRAVERY OF MRS. GARFIELD

ILLUSTRATING THE ASSASSINATION.

THE INFIDEL AND HIS SILVER MINE.

THE GREAT MONOPOLIES.

ANOTHER DEAD FAILURE.

OUR BLUE-COATED DOG POISONERS.

AND HE ROSE UP AND SPAKE.

GOT IN THE WRONG PEW.

PALACE CATTLE CARS.

DUCK OR NO DINNER.

THE GUINEA PIG.

FAILURE OF A SOLID INSTITUTION.



Private George W. Peck

CHAPTER I.

CHAPTER II.

CHAPTER III.

CHAPTER IV.

CHAPTER V.

CHAPTER VI.

CHAPTER VII.

CHAPTER VIII.

CHAPTER IX.


CHAPTER X.

CHAPTER XI.

CHAPTER XII.

CHAPTER XIII.

CHAPTER XIV.

CHAPTER XV.

CHAPTER XVI.

CHAPTER XVII.

CHAPTER XVIII.


CHAPTER XIX.

CHAPTER XX.

CHAPTER XXI.

CHAPTER XXII.

CHAPTER XXIII.

CHAPTER XXIV.

CHAPTER XXV.

CHAPTER XXVI.

CHAPTER XXVII.



List of Illustrations

Mounting a Horse from the Top of A Rail Fence

On Went the Two Night Riders

Great Caesar's Ghost How It Did Taste

Never Did Know, How I Got out of the General's Tent

A Solemn Funeral Oration

You Are a Darling Good Man

Engineer Threw a Lump of Coal and Hit Me

We Went Into the Camp That Way

Just Promoted to the Proud Position of Corporal

Xcuse Me, But What Kind of a Thing is That?

Two Very Long Stockings, Came over the Pulpit

Gave a Yell That Could Have Been Heard A Mile

She Gave Him a Piece of Her Mind

I Forbid You Touching That Mare

Stood There for a Minute, Like A Horse Statute





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