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Title: St. Nicholas.
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Physical Description: 68 v. : ill. ; 25-30 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Dodge, Mary Mapes, 1830-1905
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Publication Date: -c1943.
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 12 (Oct. 1875); title from cover.
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MISS PENELOPE BOOTHBY.








NICHOLAS


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SCRIBNER'S


ILLUSTRATED


MAGAZINE


FOR GIRLS AND BOYS


CONiUCTErD NV


MARY


MAPES


DODGE.


VOLUME III.
NOVEMBER, 1875, TO NOVEMBER, 1876,


SCRIBNER & CO., NEW YORK.


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Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1876, by
SCRIBNER & CO.,
In the Office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington, I. C.
































FRANCIS HART & Co.
Printers and Stationers, 63 & 65 Murray Street,
NEW YORK.















CONTENTS VOLUME III.






PAGE
ACTING BALLADS ................................................... Amy Lovell .............. .....233
ADVENTURES OF FIVE DUCKS, The. Translation of French Story on 363
page 170.................... ................. I .
ALL FOR BIJOU .. ........ ............... ........... ........... Mrs. WV.S. SPhillips............ 220
S"ALL THUMBS." Picture, from drawing by................. ..........Hendschell.................. 23
ALLIGATORS, A Few. (Illustrated) .................. ............. redBeverly .................. 10
AMERICA'S BIRTHDAY PARTY. (Illustrated)..........................Frank R. Stockton............. 392
ANDERSEN, Hans Christian. (Illustrated) ............................. Hjalar Hjorth Boyesen ....... 65
ANDERSEN, Hans Christian. Poem.................................Mary Mapes Dodge ............ 9
ANGELS' LADDER, The. Poem. (Illustrated) ........................ s. M. F. Butts. ............. 302
ANIMATED SHOT-GUNS. (Illustrated) ......................... ................................. 423
ANTWERP, The Legend of. Poem. (Illustrated).....................................M. 700
AQUARIUM, How to Make and Stock an................... .........Adelaide F. Samuels............ 254
ARNELD AND HIS VIOLIN. (Illustrated) .............................Harriet Prescott Spoford ........ 17
ASH-GIRL, The. (Illustrated) .......................................Lucy G. Morse ............... 386
AUTHOR OF "THE BOY EMIGRANTS," The. (Illustrated) ............. ....... ................. 524
AVENTURES DE CINQ CANARDS, Les. French Story for Translation....R. H. ........................ 170
BASS COVE SKETCHES. (Illustrated) ...............................J. .T. Trowbridge....35, 117, 190, 228
BEAR AT APPLEDORE, The. (Illustrated) ................... ........ Celia Thaxter ................. 602
BLACK DOUGLAS, The. (Illustrated)............................... ..H.ezekiah Butterworth .......... 209
BOBBY AND THE KEYHOLE. (Illustrated)...... .................. dward ggleston............. 184
BOSTON BOYS. Poem. (Illustrated).... ..................................... er.... 552
,BoY EMIGRANTS, The. (Illustrated) .................................Noah Brooks.....3, 73, 144, 211, 278,
366, 443, 5o8, 567, 638, 715, 785
BROOK-SIDE, By the. Picture .......... ....... ...................... .............................. 702
BUCK-SKIN BREECHES, The. Poem. (Illustrated).................... Olive A. Wadsworth ........... 713
BUMBLE-BEE, The. Verse............................................Laura E. Richards .......... 728
BURNING PEACHES ................................................. Ellen Bertha Bradley .......... 425
CASTAWAYS, The Fate of the. (Illustrated) .......................... T. T rowbridge .............. 228
CAT AND DOG, The. Verse. (Illustrated).. .......................... F. B....................... 776
CAT AND THE COUNTESS, The. (Illustrated.) Translated by........... T. B. Aldrich..........411, 476, 542
"CAW!" ................. ............... .................... .Margaret Eytinge .......... 87
CHEERY PEOPIE. .................................................... H ...................... 355
CHILDREN'S PARTY, A. (Illustrated) .................................L. W. J................... 726
CHINESE NEW-YEAR, How I Kept the. (Illustrated) .................Fannie Roper Feudge .......... 225
CHRISTMAS EVE, A Southern. Poem ............................E. M. S. ..................... 183
CHRISTMAS IN THE ARCTIC REGIONS. (Illustrated) ...................J. H. Woodbury ................ 157
CHRISTMAS IN THE FAR EAST. (Illustrated) ........................Fannie Roper Feudge............ 165
CHRISTMAS MORNING, Good News on. Carol. (Illustrated)........................................ 177
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS, and How to Make them, One Hundred. (Illus-
trated) .................. ............... ............ ... .. .. .
CHRISTMAS TABLET .................................. ..... ......... ......... .... ............. 153
CHOICE, The. Poem .................. ........................... Mary N. Prescott .............. 298
CLOUGH'S TOP-KNOT. (Illustrated)................................... Sarah Winter Kellogg. ......... 435
COINS, Our Colonial. (Illustrated ............... ................... D. Mathews ............... 706







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PAGE
COLORADO WOMAN'S MUSEUM, A. (Illustrated) ...................H. H.f........................ 781
COMING ARMY OF VOTERS, The. Picture, by.........................F. A. Chapman................ 508
COUNTRY BOY, The. Poem .......................................... Lucy Larcom .................. 218
CRUSOES, A Couple of. (Illustrated).......................... ......J. T. Trowbridge................ 19
DEAD DOLL, The. Poem. (Illustrated)............ ..............argaret Vandegrift.......... 121
DICK HARDIN IN PHILADELPHIA. (Illustrated) ....................... Lucy J. Rider. ............... 756
DISCONTENT. Poem. (Illustrated)................................ Sarah 0. Jewett........... .. 247
DOLL'S WEDDING, A. Poem. (Illustrated)..........................Lucy Larcom ................ 13
DOROTHY GREY. Poem. (Illustrated)............... ..... ... ... .. ............. ................ 8
DOTTERELS' LUCK, The. (Illustrated) ..................... .... John Riverside ................ 427
EASTER CAROL, An. Poem. (Illustrated) ........................... Emily D. Chapman............ 385
EASTER TABLET........ .................................. ........ .............................. 359
EDUCATION OF THE LION, The. Poem. (Illustrated).................Lillie E. Barr ................ 364
EUROPE, Ready for ................................................. Susan Coolidge ................ 441
EYEBRIGHTS. Poem. (Illustrated)....... ......... .................. Lily G. arner ...... ........ 348
FAIRY'S WONDER-BOX, The. (Illustrated)...........................Lydia Maria Child............ 646
FEBRUARY. Picture .................. ......... ............................................... 219
FERRUCCI AND HIS FOES. (Illustrated).............................. Rebecca Harding Davis......... 681
FESTIVAL OF TAPERS, The. (Illustrated).... ........................ Charles Dudley Warner........ 289
FIESOLE, At. (Illustrated)................................ .......... Susan Coolidge ................ 745
FIFTH OF NOVEMBER: GUY FAWKES' DAY. Poem ...................L........................... 21
FIGHTING FLEET, The. (Illustrated) ............ ........... .. rs. S. B.. C. Samuels....... 317
FIRST CUCUMBER, The. Poem .............. ................ Marion Douglas .............. 485
FISH THAT W ALK, Some. (Illustrated).............................. Z. S........................ 660
FLORENCE. Poem. (Illustrated) .................................. ........ ... ..... ............ 96
FLOSCULE, The. (Illustrated) ......................................Mary Treat................. .300
FOURTH OF JULY, 1876. Picture, by................ .............. .Frank Beard.................. 564
FOURTH OF JULY TABLET....: ............................. ............... .... ............ ...... 675
FRANK AND THE TOAD. (Illustrated)................... ..... Cyrus Cobb.................... 89
FROG AND HIS NEIGHBORS, A. (Illustrated) ........................ W. K Brooks ................. 498
FROG, THE CRAB, AND THE LIMPSY EEL, The. Verse................ Mary Mapes Dodge ............ 354
FUNNY SUMMER VERSES, Some. (Illustrated)........................Laura E. Richards ........... 662
GETTING UP IN THE WORLD ..........................................A bby Morton Diaz............. 195
GILBERT STUART. (Illustrated)......................................Rebecca Harding Davis......... 382
GOING TO LONDON. Poem. (Illustrated) ............................ Mary Mares Dodge ........... 124
GOOD NIGHT! Verse ................. ............................. Mary Mapes Dodge ............ 488
GRANDMAMMA'S TEA-CUP, Out of................. .................. Elisa Wood ................... 125
GRAVES'S GRANDMA, The .................. ..................... .Lily Brayton .................. 377'
GREAT EXPECTATIONS. Verse. (Illustrated) .........................Joel Stacy ...................... 27
GRIZZLY TREED OBED ROLLINS, How a. (Illustrated).................Samuel Woodworth Cozzens ..... 349
HELPING ALONG ................... ................................Louisa M. Alcott ......... .... 313
HEROD. (Illustrated) ............................................... Rebecca Harding Davis......... 321
HISTORY, A Dark Bit of............................................ Donald G. Mitchell ............. 33
HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT, The. Poem. (Illustrated)..................Abby Morton Diaz............. 648
How DROLL! Verse ...............................................Margaret Eytinge .............. 291
"How MUCH DID You GET FOR A PENNY ? Picture, from drawing by...Hendscell .......... ......... 228
How OLD MARTIN AND WASHINGTON CAME TO BE FRIENDS. (Illus- .May iaines Gilbert........... 582
treated) ................................................. ......
How PLANTS COME FROM SEEDS. (Illustrated) ........................Annie J. Mackintosh .........21, 153
How TIE CHILDREN CRUISED IN "THE WATER-WITCH." (Illustrated). .E. W. Olney .................. 685
How THE STORKS CAME AND WENT. (Illustrated) ...................Susan Coolidge ............... 559
How GENERAL WASHINGTON GOT HIS CLOTHES ......................NewtonPerkins ............... 796
How WILLIE COASTED BY MOONLIGHT. Poem. (Illustrated) ......... C. P. Cranch.................. 168
HUNTING THE MOOSE. (Illustrated) .............................................................. 240
IMPS, The Four Little. Poem. (Illustrated) ......................Jooel Stacy ..................... 504
IN THE CLOSET. Poem.............................................Laura E. Richards ............ 793
IN THE POND AND ON THE MARSH. (Illustrated) ................... .Abby S. Alger.................. 27







CONTENTS. V

AGE
"IT NEVER RAINS BUT IT POURS." Picture, by ......................."Sphinx".................... 492
JEANNETTE AND Jo. Poem. (Illustrated) .......... ............... .Mary MApes Dodge......... .. 6oi
JEMIMA BROWN. Poem ......................................LauraE. Richards ............ 558
JINGLES .................................................................................So, 475,540
JOHN BOTTLEJOHN. Poem. (Illustrated) .................... .... ............................... 704
JON OF ICELAND, The Story of. (Illustrated).........................Bayard Taylor.......... 178, 241, 305
JOURNEYING THROUGH THE DAY. Poem ............................. George Parsons Lathro. ......... 152
JUNE MORNING LESSON, A. Poem. (Illustrated) .....................Julia Dana ................ 521
KING OF THE HOBBLEDYGOBLINS, The. Poem. (Illustrated) ..........Laura B. Richards ............. 44o
LAKE ON FIRE, A. (Illustrated) ..................................... Paige Dwight ................. 356
LAND OF THE GRIGS, The. (Illustrated) .............................Eliza Wood ................... 697
LATIFA. (Illustrated) ................................................Sara enables Hunt ............ 327
LEGEND ON THE PANE, The. Poem ................ ............. Olive A. Wadsworth........... 779
LITTLE DAME DOT. (Illustrated) .................................... MAargery Deane ............... 631
LITTLE HOUSES ON THE TELEGRAPH-POLES, The. (Illustrated)........ William Hf. Rideing............ 303
LITTLE JOHNNY AND THE MOSQUITO. Pictures, drawn by.............S. McSpeden .................. 684
LITTLE MAID OF DOMREMY, The. (Illustrated) ......................Susan Coolidge ............... 473
LITTLE MERMAID, The. Poem. (Illustrated) ........................ Carrie W. Thompson............ 257
LITTLE OLD MAN OF THE FOREST, The. (Illustrated) ................ .ezekiahL ButterOorth .......... 140
LITTLE SNOW-DROP. Poem. (Illustrated)............................ary E. Bradley.............. 622
LITTLE SPINNERS, Aunt Kitty's. (Illustrated) ......................Amanda B. Harris............. 653
LIZZY OF LA BOURGET. Poem ..................................... H. ......................... 773
LOMBARDY, A Peep at Old. (Illustrated) ............................Emma D. Southwick........... 455
LOVE'S JESTING. Poem ................... ........................ Horace E. Scudder. ............ 655
MABEL'S MAIDS. Poem ............ ........................... J. Linton.................. 523
MAN IN THE IRON MASK, The. (Illustrated).............. ................ ........ ........ 332
MARJORIE'S BIRTHDAY GIFTS .... ................................... Louisa FM. Alcott............... 161
MAY-DAY INDOORS; OR, THE YOTOPSKI FAMILY'S REHEARSAL ....... .Abby Morton Diaz ............. 459
MICROSCOPIC BRICK-MAKER, The. (Illustrated) .......................M ary Trcat...... ........... 374
MIDSUMMER AND THE POETS. (Illustrated) .........................Lucy Larcom........... ...... 6o8
MIDSUMMER FROLICS. Verse. (Illustrated) .................. .................................. 637
"MISs MUFFETT" SERIES, The. (Illustrated)................................................... 32, 347
MORNING AND EVENING STAR, The. (Illustrated) .................. .Richard A. Proctor ............ 751
MOTHER GOOSE PANTOMIME : THE RATS AND THE MICE. (Illustrated).. B. BBartlett ................. 262
"MOTHER'S BOY" AT SEA. (Illustrated) ........................... Cyrus Martin, Jr.............. 24
MOTHER'S STRATAGEM, The. (Illustrated) .................. .........Edward ing ................. 537
MOUSE'S MISTAKE, The. Picture,by ..................... ............F O .......... .. ......... 576
MY RICHES. Poem ............................................... .. .G. Taylor.................. 683
NEST WITHOUT EGGS, A. Poem....................................... Howard Glyndon ............... 429
NIKOLINA. Poem. (Illustrated).................................... Celia Thaxter................ 16
"NONE BUT THE BRAVE DESERVE THE FAIR." Picture, by.......... ."Sphinx"... ................ 452
OFF TO THE ISLAND. (Illustrated) ................ .............. J. T. Trowbridge .............. 117
OLD SAW-MILL, The:. (Illustrated) ............................M. .artha J. Lamt.............. 504
OLD SOL AND THE THERMOMETER. Picture, by .....................Frank Beard .................. 672
ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF AMERICAN HISTORY. Illustrated page, corn- Charles Barnard............... 541
piled by. ares Barna. ......................
OUR FLAG. .(Illustrated) ............................... ............. ate Foote ................... 565
OUT OF THE SKY. Poem. (Illustrated).................... ...Mary esod.......... 767
PAINTER OF LITTLE PENELOPE, About the. (Illustrated) .............. Rebecca Harding Davis ........ I
PALACE OF GONDOFORUS, The. Poem................... .............H. H. ....................... 409
PATCHES ............................. ................ .......... Rosa Graham ................ 774
PEPPER-OWL, The. (Illustrated) ............... ................. Sarah O. Jewett ............... 492
PETERKINS DECIDE TO KEEP A COW, The ..........................LucreliaP. Hale............... 299
PETERKINS' PICNIC, The .................. ................... ....L. Lucretia P. Hale ............... 605
PICCOLA. .Poem. (Illustrated)...................................... Celia Thaxter ..... ........... 142
PLAY FOR THE HOLIDAYS, A ..................................... .............. ......... 123
POOR BOY'S ASTOR HOUSE," The. (Illustrated) ..................... Charles L. Brace .............. 360






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POSTAGE-STAMP COLLECTING. (Illustrated) ............................................... .... ....... 49
POSTMAN'S BOY, The ................... ................... ....... Julia S. Tutwiler.............. 421
POT AND KETTLE. Verse. ....................................................................... 224
PRESSED GENTIAN, The. Poem. ................................... ....John Greenleaf Whittier ........ 320
PUZZLED BOY, A. Poem .................. ...................... Mary Dayton ................. 239
QUEEN OF THE MOLES, The. (Illustrated) ...........................Henry L. Williams............ 615
QUEEN OF THE ORKNEY ISLANDS, The. Poem. (Illustrated) ......... Laura E. Richards ............ 376
QUEER PEOPLE. Acting Ballad. (Illustrated) ........................Lucy B. Wiggin............... 379
RACES AT SHARK BAY, The. (Illustrated)...........................Rebecca 1." .- Davis........ 710
RAILROADS, Something about. (Illustrated)...... ..... ..............Major Traverse................ 81
RARE OLD KING AND HIS DAUGHTERS THREE, The. Poem. (Illus- Laura Ledyard ............. 288
treated ..................................................
READING, A Taste for .... ....................................... Olive Thorne.................. 702
REFORMER, The. Poem. (Illustrated) .......... ............... rs. M. C. Pyle............... 47
ROBIN AND CROCUS. (Illustrated) .................................. mma Burte.................. 453
ROOMS, The Expression of. ............ ............................. H........................ 486
RosY. (Illustrated) ................................................Mary L. B. Branch ........... 729
RUBENS. (Illustrated) ................. .............................Emma Burt .................. 273
SALLY WATSON'S RIDE. (Illustrated) ................................Marthla M. T/omas............. 236
SAM'S FOUR BITS. (Illustrated) ..................................... Irwin Russell ................ 657
SANDY, THE HUNCHBACK. (Illustrated) ...........................malie La Forge.............. 92
SAUCER-PIE, The Fortunes of a ...................................... Susan Coolidge ................ 42
SCOTCH-CAP FAMILY SAVED ITS BACON, How the. (Illustrated) .......Ethel C. Gale ................. 768
SEA-JELLIES. (Illustrated) ..........................................J. Richardson.................. 794
SEA-SIDE, Last Days at the. Picture ..................................... ....................... 39
SEA-SIDE SKETCHES. Drawn by.....................................". Sphinx" ..................624, 625
" SEE, SAW, MARJORIE DAW! Poem. (Illustrated) .................Mrs. Clara Doty Bates......... 496
SEPTEMBER EVENING, A. Picture.................... ............................................. 696
SEVEN MILES UP IN THE AIR. (Illustrated)..........................James Richardson ............. 489
SHARK, The. Poem. (Illustrated) ...................................Laura E. Ric/ards............ 312
SHIP ON THE OCEAN, My. Poem. (Illustrated) ......................Bessie Hill.................. 724
SHOWER OF GOLD, The .......... .................................R. R. B.ooker ................ 235
SNOW-FLAKES. Poem ..................................... ......... .Mary Mapes Dodge ............ 458
SNOW-SHOES, AND HOW TO MAKE THEM. (Illustrated)................Frederic G. Matler............. 310
"SOMEBODY STOP HIM HE 'S RUNNING AWAY." Picture, from .................. 689
sketch by ................................... .................
SONG OF THE TURTLE AND FLAMINGO. Poem. (Illustrated)..........James T. Fields ............... 656
SPARROW'S MAY-DAY, The. Poem ............. ..................... Alfred Nelson .................. 453
SPINNING AND WEAVING .........................................Mrs. Adeline D. T. Whitney.... .633
ST. CHRISTOPHER, The Parable of. Poem. (Illustrated) ...............H. H.......................... 137
ST. NICHOLAS, The Legend of. Poem. (Illustrated).................. .H. ....................... 70
ST. NICHOLAS' DAY IN GERMANY. (Illustrated)........................ lia S. il.............97
"STITCH IN TIME SAVES NINE, A." Picture, by ...................." Sphinx .................... 713
STRAWBERRY GIRL, The. (Illustrated) ................. ............ Rebecca Harding Davis........ 345
TALKS WITH GIRLS .............................................. ...... 313, 355, 441, 486, 633, 702, 777
TEN LITTLE COUNTRY BOYS. Poem. (Illustrated)................................................ 40
To A YOUNG GIRL WITH A SPRAY OF AUTUMN LEAVES. Verse....... lMary Mapes Dodge ............ 45
To THE "BOUQUET CLUB." Poem.................................. Mrs. Julia C. R. Dorr......... 127
TOBOGGANS AND THEIR USE. (Illustrated) ......... ...............Frederic G. Mather ............ 222
TOINETTE AND THE ELVES. (Illustrated)............................Susan Coolidge ................ 171
TRIP AND TOM. (Illustrated) .................................. ......J. B. L ................. ....... 51
TROUBLE AHEAD. Verse ..................... ..................A. D. W.. ................. 164
TURKEY-MAN, The Kind ................... ..................... .SargentFlint................... 14
TURRET-SHIPS AND TORPEDOES. (Illustrated)......................... William H. Rideing............ 577
Two GOATS, The. (Illustrated) ..................................... .Susan Coolidge ................ 248
Two OF THEM. Poem .......................................... Carrie W Thompson........... 709
UNEXPECTED MEETING, An. Picture in silhouette, by .................L. Hopkins.................... 316









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VALENTINE, A. Poem ................ ........................... Laura E. Richanls. ............ 241
VICTORY, A Famous. (Illustrated) ................................Ethel C. Gale ................ 45
VIKINGS IN AMERICA, The. (Illustrated) ............................Cyrus Martin, Jr .......... .. 585
WAITING FOR THE SLEIGH .......................................... .D. F. H ..................... 196
WHAT THEY DID NOT DO ON THE BIRTHDAY OF JACOB ABBOT B., A1,. S. B............ ....... 156
FAMILIARLY CALLED SNIBBUGGLEDYBOOZLEDOM. (Illustrated) .. .
WHAT THEY SAY. Poem ...................... ..........Susan Hartley................. 421
WHITE-WASHING THE BABY. Picture, by. .......... ...............F. Ofppr..................... 733
W HO BEGAN IT? (Illustrated) ..................................... Olive Thorne. ................. 258
WINDSOR CASTLE. (Illustrated). ...................................Mrs. Oliphant .....292, 430,'553, 626,
689, 759
WISE MRS. SWALLOW.......................... .................... MargaretEytinge .............. 507
WONDERFUL FLIGHT, Willie's. (Illustrated).........................Celia Thaxter ................ 522
WOOD-WITCH, The. (Illustrated) ..... ............................. Emma Burt. ................. .324
WORTH YOUR WEIGHT IN GOLD ................................ .Ma7y Mapes Dodge........... 777
YACOB AND HIS DONKEY ........................................... AlbertRhodes.................. 457
YOUNG JOE AND THE DUCKS. (Illustrated).......................... J. T. Trowbridge ............. 35







DEPARTMENTS.

JACK-IN-THE-PULPIT.
Illustration by Mary A. Lathbury: "Jack-in-the-Pulpit "-A New Volume of ST. NICHOLAS-Prolonging
Life-Jack Makes an Offer-The Author of "Alice in Wonderland "-Early Birds-Live Potato-Bugs
Washed in by the Sea-Forbidden Leaves-Blue-Jays Taking Pills-How Certain Woodpeckers Pack
their Trunks-Ship Ahoy! 54; "Young Contributors "-Jack and the Snow-Dried-up Animals Coming
to Life-The British Broad Arrow-Refused Blessings-The Crooked Story Straightened-Whoa Horsey
(illustrated)-Respect your Teachers-Left-handed Animals-Eggs and Stones-A Shrewd Farmer, 30o;
A New Year-A Sensation Among the Flowers-The Wink of Time- Why Sled ?-Finger-nails Six Inches
Long-The Nameless Terrora (illustrated)-The Sound-Bearers (illustrated)-Hoppers and Walkers, 198;
The Deacon's Advice-A Chance for the Chicks-Flowers in New Colors-Which Is It? (illustrated)-An
Ancient Present-Calabash-Tree-A Five-hundred-dollar Cat-Illustrating Proverbs (illustrated)--"As
Much Alike as Ants in a Hill," 260; Forward, March!-The Deacon Attacks an Old Saying-Perpetual
Motion-About the Sound-Bearers-Peas and Pepper-Romance of the Swan's Nest-Careful Husbandry
-Chinese Beds for Lodgers-" Suppose"-How some Ships are Scrubbed, 334; April Fools' Day-Queen
Victoria's Fall from a Balloon-A Wolf or a Fox ?-Whipping the Sea-A New Sort of Kite-How
Strange !-Drowned Fishes-A Success-The Slanderer's Mask (illustrated)-Bark Clothes, 398; Deacon
Green-Mud Pies-May Baskets-Eating Insects-Crying Trees-An Unhappy Traveler-The Greatest
Toothache ever Known-Cleaning Floors with Oranges-Murre .Eggs-Hospital for Animals-A Church
Built of Petrified Wood-The Declaration of Independence: Twenty Prizes offered by Deacon Green,
462; An Oration-Professor Gobba's Experiment-The Leaf of Life-True Talking-Every One to His
Taste-Too Much Success-A Horn-book (illustrated)-Curious Letters-More About the Woodpeckers
-Sand-writing in India, 526; The Deacon Pleased-Atlantic and Pacific-A Bird Story-A Fish that
Lives in the Mud-Flower-Dolls-Tallow-Trees-A Grasshopper's Fiddle (illustrated)-A Man in
Woman's Clothes-A Big Flower-Deacon Green's Prizes, 594; How to Get Cool-Bath of an Ice-
berg-Infants in Shilling Packets-Birds that Live by Stealing-Benjamin Franklin's Reasons for Recom-
mending the Use of Bows and Arrows in War-A Picture from the Little Schoolma'am (illustrated)-
Too Much of a Good Thing-Kaffir Mother-in-Law-Kaffir Letter-Carrier, 670; A Verse from the Deacon
-An Army Sliding Down Hill-Home-made Beauty-A Horse that Knew it was Sunday-A Kind o'
Garden-Bernard, the Hermit-Ready-made Clothing Grown on a Tree-A Cold-Country Dress-A Letter
from Scotland to our Robin-The Song of the Shirt, 734; School Again-Object-Cards-The Little School-
ma'am's Picture-Pickles-Old Abe, the War Eagle of Wisconsin (illustrated)-The Termites-To be
Learned by Heart-About the Mud-fish, 798.


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CONTENTS.






CONTENTS.


YOUNG CONTRIBUTORS' DEPARTMENT.
The Current of Death-A New Way to Row a Boat (illustrated)-A Thrilling Night Adventure at a
Boarding-School, 202; A Scotch Girl's Impressions of New York-Fido and 1-Charles Melrose's Proverb
-A True Bird Story, 266; Something about Prague-The Bumble-Bees' Party-How we went Jack-Fishing,
403; The Farm-house-Bubbles-The Mansion of Old--Snyder-Picture by a Young Contributor, 531;
Mr. Pemberton (illustrated), 596; The Diamond and the Loadstone-In the Dark-Anna's Pig-The
Rain-In Season and Out of Season-A Fine Yacht-Race-Picture: "Sir Isaac Newton Discovering
Gravitation," 738; The Three Giants-A Hundred Years-Camping Out-The Naughty Turkey-The
Homeless Cat, 803.


FoR VERY LITTLE FOLKS. (Illustrated.)
An Alphabet from England, 56; What Robby Saw, I28; My Uncle Jehoshaphat-Baby Bo, 200; Victor's
Wonderful Animals, and What They Almost Did, 263; The Black Horse "Bob "-The Mouse who Lost
Her Great Long Tail, 336; The Old Hen and Her Family, 400; The Fate of a Ginger-bread Man-Picture:
Our Cat," 464; What Kittikin Said to the Kitten in the Looking-glass, 528; Toby, 592; Brave Tim, the
Centennial Cat, 666; How Tommy Came Home, 736; The Little Dog with the Green Tail, 800.


FRONTISPIECES.
Miss Penelope Boothby, I; Hans Christian Andersen, 65; St. Christopher, 137; "Do Not be so Sure of
That," 209; The Boy Rubens and His Master, 273; The Strawberry Girl, 345; Various Iead-dresses of
the Present Day, 409; The Maid of Domremy, 473; Wooden Pulpit in the Church of St. Andrew, Antwerp,
537; Sub-title Page, "Midsummer Holiday Number "-Jeannette and Jo, 6o0; Statue of Ferrucci, in
Florence, 681; Princess Victoria, 745.


LITTLE HOUSEKEEPER'S PAGE. (Illustrated.)
Beef-Tea, 338; Frosting, 461; Broiled Chicken-Deviled Chicken, 591; Ice-Cream, 676.


THE LETTER-BOX ................................... 60, 132, 203, 268, 339, 404, 468, 533, 597, 677, 740, 804


THE RIDDLE-Box. (Illustrated) .................. ... 62, 134, 206, 270, 341, 406, 471, 535, 599, 679, 743, 806


PRIZE PUZZLES AND EXERCISES.
The Race of the Pilots, 134; A Short Tale, 260; The Declaration of Independence, 463.


ANSWERS TO PRIZE PUZZLES AND EXERCISES .............................................341, 466, 672


OUR Music PAGE.
Sippety Sup, 402; Violets, 530. .


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