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Title: St. Nicholas
Uniform Title: St. Nicholas (New York, N.Y.)
Alternate Title: Saint Nicholas
Physical Description: 68 v. : ill. ; 25-30 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Dodge, Mary Mapes, 1830-1905
Publisher: Scribner
Place of Publication: New York
Publication Date: -c1943
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Subject: Children's literature -- Periodicals   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 67, no. 4 (Feb. 1940) ; v. 70, no. 1 (Mar. 1943)-v. 70, no. 4 (June 1943).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with: Vol. 1, no. 1, Nov. 1873.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Mar. 1940-Feb. 1943; vols. 68-69 omitted.
Issuing Body: Published by: Century, Aug. 1881- ; by Educational Pub. Corp. -1940; by St. Nicholas Magazine, 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 12 (Oct. 1875); title from cover.
General Note: Conducted by Mary Mapes Dodge.
Funding: Preservation and Access for American and British Children's Literature, 1870-1889 (NEH PA-50860-00).
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ST.


NICHOLAS:


ILLUSTRATED


MAGAZINE


FOR YOUNG FOLKS.


CONDUCTED BY
MARY MAPES DODGE.


VOLUME XIV.
PART I., NOVEMBER, 1886, TO APRIL, 1887.



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NICHOLAS:


VOLUME XIV.

PART I.
Six MONTHS-NOVEMBER, 1886, TO APRIL, 1887.


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CONTENTS OF PART I. VOLUME XIV:







PAGE.
AMONG THE GAS-WELLS. (Illustrated by Harry Fenn and others)....... Samuel W. Hall ......... 292
"A POET, NAMED CHRISTOPHER CRUMB." Jingle. (Illustrated by the Oiv d......... 384
Author) ... ....... ........ .... . ........ .............
APRIL JESTER, AN. Poem ................ ................ ...: ....frank DePepster Sherman... 403
:ARCHERY. Jingle. (Illustrated and engrossed by R. B. Birch) ............ ...D.. ... ..:.......... 413
"A RAGING, ROARING LION." Jingle. (Illustrated by the Author).........J. G. Francis .............. 99
*BAMBERRY BOYS AND 'THEIR FLOCK OF SHEEP, THE. (Illustrated by H. .
A. Ogden) ......... .... ..................... ........... 13
BETWEEN SEA AND SKY. (Illustrated by J. W. Bolles and G. W. Edwards). Hjalmar Hjort/h Boyesen.... 243
BIRD THAT IS FOND OF SPORT, A. (Illustrated) :. .. ..... -...... .. .... 456
BLIND LARK, THE. (Illustrated by W. H. Drake):.. ....... ....... .Louisa.M. Alcott........... 12
BORING FOR OIL. (Tllutrited by H. F. Farny, Harry Fenn, and others).... Samuel W. Hall.......... 42
BOYHOOD OF THOMAS BAILEY ALDRICH, THE................:. ....... William H. Rideing ...... 323
BROWNIES' FRIENDLY TURN, THE. Verses. (Illustrated by rh.- Auih.r .I .Palmer Cox ................ 387
BROWNIES IN THE GYMNASIUM, THE. (Illustrated byAthe Author) ......-.a. Palmer Cox ............. 67
BROWNIES IN THE TOY-SHOP, THE. (Illustrated by/the Author)........... ...Palmer Cox ............... 229
BROWNIES' SlN[.iN-,.-CHOOL, THE. Verses. (Illustrated by the Author) ....Palmer Cox ... .......... 303
BULRUSH CATERPILLAR, THE. '(Illustrated)..........:.......... ..... ..Julia P. Ballard. ......... 394
C- ESAR, A DOG OE SPAIN, (Illustrated by F. H. Lungren).......... .... .Mrs. J. A. Hoxie. ..... 59
" CHIRR-A-WHIRR, THE SQUIRREL SAYS."' Jingle. ............... .......... Emilie Poulsson............. 1
CHILDREN'S CRUSADE, THE. Operetta. (Illustrated by G. F. Barnes)...... .E. S. Brooks ........ : ..... 460
CHRISTMAS CONSPIRACY, A. (Illustrated by Jessie McDermott) ............. Rose Lattimore Alling... 141, 21i
CHRISTMAS STORIES. Picture, drawn by George Foster Barnes ........ .................. ...... .. 185
CITY .OF OLD HOMESTEADS, A. (IIlu Itrat.d by Harry Fenn and others) ..... Alice Wellington Rollins.... 3
" CLEVER PETER PENNY." Jingle. (Tilu.trtted by.G. R. Halm) ............ EE. Sterns .............. 251
COMMERCIAL TRAVELER, A ................. ....... :. ...George J. zanson.......... 357
COWSLIPS. Poem ............................... ................... Suan Hartley Swett ....... 417
CRIci Er SONGS. Verses ...................... ............... ......... E. .Whitney............. 113
?'CRoss COUNTRY WITH THE NEWS. (Illustrated by W. de Meza). ......... ..Frank Marshall White ..... 418
DOG STORIES, ST. NICHOLAS. (Illustrated) .......... ... .. ....... .................... ..59, 377
DOLLY'S LULLABY. Song ....... .......... ............ .......... .Helen Grgy Cone........... 72
DRUMMER ON SNOWSHOES, THE. (Illustrated by the Author) ............:.. ErnestE. Thompson........ 414
EDITH OF SCOTLAND. (Illustrated by A. J. Keller)...................... .E: S. Brooks .............. 28
EFFIE'S REALISTIC NOVEL ...................... .......... ...Alice Wellington Rollins.... 258
ETON, A VISIT TO. (Illustrated by Joseph Pennell).....................Elizabeth Robins Pennell .... 200
ETON SCHOOL, A GLIMPSE OF. (Illustrated by Joseph Pennell) ............Edwin D. Mead........... 194






vi CON TE NTS.


FATE OF A ROLLER SKATER, THE. Picture, drawn by E. W. Kenble .......................... ..... 398
FATE OF THE MAN WHO W'Ai TOOL EASILY SURPRISED, THE. Picture, drawn. "
by Oliver Herford............... .................................
"FIFir'.TWO.SOLDIERS." Jingle. tllkistratcd by (. R,:Halni :.............. .E. Stern.ms........... 235
FOOLISH FLAMINGO, THE. Jingle. Tllustrated and engros-ed by R. B. Birch) .4.'R. Tls ............. 434
FORTUNATE OPENING, A. (Illustrated by W. A. R,-gers ............... .Fra R: Sca toitr ..9,L-,,865:
FRENCH TING-LE. A. ,'TIluStritid ................. ................ ........... .................... 34
FROZEN DRAGON, A. (Illustrated by D. C. Beard)......... ............ Charles Frederick Holder.... 446
GALLEY CAT, THE. Verses. (TIluitrared by R. B, Birch) .................. .Margarel Vandegrift ..... 20
GAS-WELLS, AMONG THE. (Illustrated by Harry Fenn and others) ... ...... Samuel W. Hall. ......... 29
GAS-WELLS, MORE ABOUT. liuntrated by A. J. Meeker) ..................G. Frederick Wright....... 38
-GLIMPSE OF ETON SCHOOL, A. llllosratid by .Joeph Perrneili ........... E.dwin D. Mead........... 194
GOOD DAY FOR SKATING, A. Picture. drawn y. Albert E. Iterr- ...........;.............. ....;.. 254
GOOD-NIGHT. Poem............. ........ .......... ... ............ Sydney Dayre .......... .. 414
GRIZEL COCHRANE'S RIDE. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch) .................. .Elia W. Peattie ............. 271
GUESS A RIDDLE NOW YOU MUST." Jingle. (Illustrated by G. R. Halm)..E. E. Sterns.......:..... 356
HAPPY FAMILY, A. Picture, from a photograph by Hegger............. ................. ........... 376
HAPPY NEW YEAR, A. Picture, drawn by J. G. Francis ............................................... 189
HARROW-ON-THE-HILL. (Illustrated by Joseph Pennell) ...:............... Elizabeth Robins Pennell 404
HIDE AND SEEK. Verses. (Illustrated by the Author) ..................... A. : er! S.'.':,r ..... .... 41
HISTORIC GIRLS ................................ .... ... ........ S. Brooks............28,326
Edith of Scotland. (Illustrated by A. J. Keller) .................. ........... ..... .. ...... .. .. 28
Jacqueline of Holland. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch) ......... ........................ ... ... ........ 326
HISTORY OF JACK, THE. (Illustrated by J. E. Travis) ...... ........... ... Oliver E.' ri; l, Tl. '.i : 377
HOW A GREAT BATTLE PANORAMA IS MADE. (Illustrations from photo- : .
graphs and from drawings by the Author)...................... Theodore .R. Davis ,; 99
How DOUBLEDARLING'S OLD SHOES BECAME LADY'S SLIPPERS. (Illus-
trated by Dora Wheeler) ...................................... Candace Wheeler ... ... ... 342
S HUliAN MELODEON, THE. (Illustrated by Carl Hirschberg)..................Delia W -Lyman .....:.... 306
IDYL OF THE KING, AN. Poem. (Illustrated by George Foster Barnes)... Erh:;- il'.::n, .......... 224
IF I WERE A BOY. (Illustrated)....... ........ ..... .... ...... i;. lttiinr, GC.'dad', : ..... 267
IF YOU WOULD HAVE YOUR LEARNING STAY." Jingle ... .........- E:.''e Pa:,.'..ts l ......
IN A FLAMINGO ROOKER,. (Illustrated by James C. Beard)..........;..: C.,iar, F.v;i,-ric Holder:... 54
IN CHRI-'TMAS SE~SON, LONG AGO. Poem. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch) ... .H.'~;, G,'a C-.'ie .........: 83
INTERNATIONAL. Verses. (Illustratedby Rose NluellCe Spraguei ............ 1/. .1D ...... ... D 90
"I THINK, SAID THE WREN." Jingle........... ........... .... ;....Emilie Poulsson ..-... .i
"I WENT TO BRAN GARDEN." Jingle. (Illustrated by G. R. Halm) .........E. E. S n,:s.. 2 11
JACLQUELINE OF HOLLAND. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch)....................E. S. Brooks;.. 326
'JENNY'S BO.ARDIN.G-HOI: E. (Illustratedby W. A. Rogers).................James :'.s ...... 27. 34S. 44S
JINGLES ....... ....................II, 53,99, 194, 223,235, 251, 291, 307, 333356, 364, 373. 34. 13. 434
JUAN AD JUANITA. Illu-iraied by Henry Sandham and others)............Frances Courtenay Bai,'"' 33
S138, 216, 284. 334, 42'
'KANDIKEW. Verses... ...... ... ..... ............................ Eudora S. Bumsteaa 54
KING AND THE STUDENTS, THE...... ................................ -1.' .I.rr.',' :, ....... 427
KNAVISH KITE, THE. Jingle. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch) .............. .sabel Frances Bellows. ...... *ii
'LESSON N NATURAL HISTORY, A. Verses. (Illustrated by Jessie MlcDermnlort .1..-ar,! .rJc-:4i ......... 395
LESSON IN PATRIOTISMI A. (Illustrated by A. C. Redwood)................Noah.Brooks....... ....... 3460
LITTLE CAPTIVE, A. Poem. (Illustrated) ................................... .; ,' .L,. B. Branch .-.:.... 66
"LITTLE JACK JICK." Jingle. (Illustratedby G. R. Halm) ................ EE.. .Stems..,;...... ., .251
" LITTLE MITTENS. (Illustrated by A. E. Sterner) .................. ...... Tobe Hodge........ ........ 470
LOVE .YOU BEST THE BUDDING SPRING ? Jingle. ................... .... / .E '.k P:..J.-, ... .... ... iI
MAIGGIE GCRE'S BIRD. (Illustrated by the Author)...... ..................Frank Bellew: ......... .. 82
MAGIC B'ITTONS. THE. (Illustrated by F. Childe Hassam) ...................Meta G. Adams..... ..... 149
MI N w\HO DROVE DowNSTAiRS, THE. (Illustrated by H. A. Ogden) ..... Gerrish Eldridge. ............26
h MERRIE CHRISTMAS FEAST, YE. Poem. (Illustrated and engrossed by.R..
B. Birch ...:..................... ....... Edi Thomas......... 16
MI1LLENNII.M, A. Verses ....... .................. ..................... E. W..... ............. 85








PAGE.
MILLET AND THE CHILDREN. (Illustrated) ........................... .Ripley Hitchcock........... 166
MINISTERING CHILDREN'S LEAGUE, THE. (Illustrated) ................ .............. .... .. 290
MOLLY'S POETRY. (Illustrated) .................... ................ Walter Learned............. 58
MORE ABOUT GAS-WELLS. (Illustrated by E. J. Meeker) ................... G. Frederick Wright ....... 385
MRS. FEATHERTAIL AND SQUIRE FuZZ. (Illustrated by Culmer Barnes).... Mrs. James Herbert Morse .. 298
MY FLOWERS. Poem................................................. ....M ary E. Bradley .......... 455
MYSTIC MACAW, THE. Jingle. (Illustrated and engrossed by R. B. Birch) .Isabel Frqnces Bellows ....... 194
NEST IN A POCKET, A. Poem. (Illustrated by George Foster Barnes). ... .Mary E. Bradley .......... 146
"NEVER, NEVER A DAY SHOULD PASS." Verse ......................... EmiiePoulsson............ 291
NEW LEAF FROM WASHINGTON'S BoY LIFE, A. (Illustrated by H. A. Ogden). William F. Came ......... 373
"Now, PLAYERS ALL, MARK WHAT I SAY." Jingle ....................... Emilie Poulsson........... 53
PANORAMA, A BATTLE; HOW IT IS MADE. (Illustrated from photograpli Theodore R. Davis .......99
and from drawings by the Author) ............................... .
PAUL AND NICOLAI IN ALASKA. (Illustrated by A. J. Keller) ..............M. L. Tidball............. 367
PEAS PORRIDGE HOT. Verses .......................................James C. Johnson.......... 316
PHILOPENA, A. Poem. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch)...... ................. Mary Mapes Dodge ........ 302
PICTURES ................... ..... ........... ..... .150, 185, 189, 254, 331, 359, 376, 398, 477 .
PINE-NEEDLES. Poem ............................. ...... ........ William H. Hayne.......... 2' .
PIN-WHEEL TIME. Picture, drawn by W. T. Peters .............. .... .... ............ .......... 331 -
PISCATAQUA RIVER. Poem.............. .................. ...........Thomas Bailey Aldric..... 325-
PORCELAIN STOVE, THE. (Illustrated by G. W. Edwards)...................:er; .lMcA.'ne. ......... 262
QUEERNESS OF QUELF, THE. Verses ......... .......... ................... V. P. Babcock:'. ... :..... 456
READY FOR BUSINESS. ................................ .. ..... .. .... George J. Manson... ....... 357
A Commercial Traveler ................... ............................. ...... ........ 357
REASON FOR SMILING, A. Poem .......... .............Emiie Pousson........... 227
REPORT CONCERNING THE KING'S MOVE PUZZLE."........ ....... ......... ........... ...... 478
RICHARD CARR'S BABY. (Illustrated by W. A. Rogers).....................Richard H. Davis .......... 50
"SAID JEREMY JACK TO TIMOTHY TOM." Jingle .......................Emilie Poulsson ........... 307
SARU-KANI KASSEN. (Illustrated) .... :............... ............... .From the Japanese ....... 308
SCHEMING OLD SANTA CLAUS, A. (Illustrated by Irving R. Wiles) ........ .Jolhn R. Coryell ...... ....126
SIR PEN's LITTLE ARMY. Verses. (Illustrated and engrossed by the Author). Alfred Brennan ........... 151
SIXTEEN AND SIX. Verses. (Illustrated by the Author) ............... Albert E. Sterner ... .... 20
SONG IN THE NIGHT, THE. POem ............. ..... .;.. ... ..... aJmes Buckam ............ 347
SONG OF SINGERS, A. Poem ................. ........ .. ....... Ida Whipple Benham ....... 19
SONG OF SPRING, A. Poem. (Illustrated)..... ......................... Celia Thaxter .............. 445
ST. NICHOLAS DOG STORIES. (Illustrated)........ .. ...... ..................-..........- 59, 377
Caesar, a Dog of Spain.. ...................... ..... .... Mrs. A. J. Hoxie .......... 59
Two Venetian Dogs ......... ..... ........................... .... atharine Bronson. ........ 63
The Hisror v.: Jack. ..... ............. .......... .................. Oliver Ellsworth Wood ..... 377
STORY OF A SQUASH, THE. Verses. (Illustrated and engrossed by R. B. Cr ........
Birch) .. .. ... .. .. ; .M rs. E. T. Corbett. . .... 12O
STORY, OF GRUMBLE TONE, THE. Verses .............................. Ella Wheeler Wilcox....... 381
STORY OF PRINCE FAIRYFOOT, THE. (Illustrated by Alfred Brernnin. ......Frances Hodgson Burnett ... 84
SI190, 254
TALKING IN THEIR SLEEP. Poem .................. ................... Edith M. Thomas ...... ... 40
TEA-KETTLE SONG, THE. (Illustrated and engrossed by G. R. Halm).... E.. M. B ................. 458
TEN TIMES ONE IS TEN. (Illustrated) ................ ............... Alice Wellington Rollins.... 226
" THE COLD MOON IS DEAD." Jingle. (Illustrated by Rose Mueller Sprague);. William H. Abbott......... 373
"THERE ONCE WAS AN ICHTHYOSAURUS." (Illustrated by 1. B. Birch) ... .Isabel Frances Bellows...... 333
THO.SE CHRISTMAS STOCKINGS. (Illustrated by W. L. Taylor)......... .Rose Hawthorne Lathrop.... 179
To\itM INTE .viEEWS A PEACOCK FEATHER. (Illustrated by G. F. Barnes) :.Alice Wellington Rolins..-. 365
TOMMY, THE CLOWN. Picture ............................ ........................ ... .... 477
TpNGS, THE. Poem. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch).... ............... ... C. Lydiq Gould............. 360
TURTLE'S STORY, THE.: (Illustrated)........................... .. .... R. K. Munkittrick........ 332
Two VENETIAN DOGS. (Illustrated by H. P. Share)..... ................Katharine Bronson. ......63
VICTOR HUGO'S TALES TO HIS GRANDCHILDREN. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch).Brander Matthews ......... 21
VISIT TO ETON, A. (Illustrated by Joseph Pennell) ......................... Elizabeth Robins Pennell.. 200


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WARNING, A. Verses. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch). ................... ..- .::; -,: I. Pratt...... .... 252
WAR STORIES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. (Illustrated)....................... Gen. Adalti Badeau ........ 435
The Merrimacand the Monitor .......... ........ ..... ......... : ...... ....... .......... 435
"WE ARE TENORS WHO SING IN THE CHORUS." (Illustrated by Oliver.
Herford). .... ....... ............ .. Goodrich ...... ... 223
WHAT A BOY SAW IN MADEIRA. (Illustrated by H. P. Share).............D. H. Tribon ............. 362
WHAT THE JONQUIL SAID. Verses. ..... .... ........................ F. Butts............. 413
WHEN GRANDPA WAS A LITTLE BOY. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch) ........Malcohn Douglas .......... 228
WHO CAN READ THIS? French jingle. (Illustrated). ... ... ..................................... 364"
WINTER. Poem .................. .. .................... ....... John Vance Cheney ...:... 339
WIZARD FROST. Poem................... ............Frank DenipsterSherman... 253
WOODCOCK AND THE SPARROW, THE. Verses. (lllurrated and engrossed
by Alfred Brennan) ............... ........ ............
WORD TO OUR READERS, A.......... ................. ........... ........ ....................... 236
WORKING MONKEYS. (Illustrated by Jas. C. Beard)........... .........:: Olive Thorne Miller........ 423



DEPARTMENTS.

FOR VERY LITTLE FOLK. (Illustrated.)
A Letter from a Doll. .............................. .......... .. ....... ..... .. ....... 390
A Queer Horse-ca............................................... ................ 390

PLAYS AND MUSIC.
Dolly's Lullaby ........................ ................ Words by Helen Gray Cone ......
Music by Karl Jlauser ... 72
Peas Porridge Hot .......... .............. ........ .... ...... Jahes C. bh son. .......... 316
The Children's Crusade... ................... ........ Words by E. S. Brook... 460
Music by Frederic Preston "'

JACK-IN-THE-PULPIT. (Illustrated.)
Introduction--Do Birds Never Fly Down? A Simple Question A New Moral to an Old Fable-A
Cocoa-nut Prison --A Fine Story Spoiled (illustrated) -Who Would? 70; Introduction-- A New Jack
(illustrated) The Pine-tree's Secret -The Weather-cock's Complaint- Queer Names for Things, 152;
Introduction A Place where Fire Almost Gets Cold Fingers and Thumbs A Snail Race (illustrated)
Caught by a Lobster, 232; Introduction A Queer Table Does Anybody Else Own Oe ? Do
Birds Fly Down? Another Queer Barometer- A Fire in a Scotch River'- A Pane Picture Fishing in
the Dictionary, 314; Introduction Don't All Answer at Once Very Gentle Bees Old Sayings in Rhyme
-About that Lobster Ned's View of Things More Queer Names for Things The Inrsect World -
Wind (illustrated), 392; Introduction-An April Fool-A Remarkable Message -Insect Weather Prophets
-A Milk-fed Pumpkin A Family Feud A Wonderful Monogram (illustrated), 472.

AGASSIZ ASSOCIATION. (Illustrated) ..................... ... ......... ..... ..74, 156, 236

THE LETTER-BOX. (Illustrated)............................................ 77, 154, 234, 317 396; 474

THE RIDDLE-BOx. (Illustrated) .. .... .... ....... .......... ................ 79, 159, 239, 319, 399, 479

EDITORIAL NOTES.................... : .............. .............................154, 234, 318, 474

FRONTISPIECES.
"The Last Walk on the Beach," by Mary Hallock Foote, facing Title-page of Volume-" In Christmas
Season, Long Ago," by R. B. Birch, facing page 83-" Ye Merrie Christmas Feast,' by R. B. Birch, facing
page 163-" Between Sea and Sky," by.J. W. Bolles, facing page 243--" Ajix Slowly Rose arid Looked Up
into the Girl's Calm Face," by R. B. Birch, facing 'pge 323 -" The Monkeys were sent into the Trees to
Gather Fruif," by James C. Beard.




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