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Title: St. Nicholas
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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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.NICHOLAS:


ILLUSTRATED


MAGAZINE


FOR YOUNG FOLKS.


CONDUCTED BY


MARY


MAPES DODGE.


VOLUME XVIII.
PART II., MAY, 189i, TO OcTOBER, 1891.




THE CENTURY CO., NEW YORK.
T. FISHER UNWIN, LONDON.


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ST. NICHOLAS:


VOLUME XVIII.


PART II.
Six MONTHS-MAY, I891, TO OCTOBER, 1891.












CONTENTS OF PART II. VOLUME XVIII.




PAGE
APRIL GUESTS. Poem. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch).................. Alice Maude Ewell ........ 532
ARTIST WHO LOVES CATS AND DOGS, AND PAINTS THEM, AN. (Illustrated.
by J. H. Dolph). .................................. ...... Lewis Fr. ........ ... 8
"A QUEER LITTLE BOY IN THE MONTH OF JUNE." Jingle. (Illustrated
Cornelia Redmond. ...... ... 760
by C. T. Hill) ............ .................... Co...e.i. o ........... 7
BABY CHICKS, THE. Verse ...................... .............. Aaria J. Hammond........ 960
BACHELOR OF MAINE, A. Verse...... ..... ....... .. ...... ... Ellen DouglasDeland...... 673
BEING RESPONSIBLE FOR TOFFY. (Illustrated by C. T. Hill) ...... .......Sophie Swett .............. 587
BIRTHDAY CUP, THE. Picture, drawn by V. Tojetti .... ........................... ..... ... 498
BLACK ART. (Illustrated by the Author) ....... ....................... Jack Bennett .............. 952
BLOCK ISLAND, Two LADS OF. (Illustrated by W. H. Drake)..............Sarah J. Prichard.......... 838
BOAT, CHOOSING A. (Illustrated by diagrams) ......................... F. W. Pangborn........... 874
BOB O' LINCOLN, THE MERRY OUTLAW. (Illustrated) .................... L. E. Stofiel .............. 763
BOOKS OF OLDEN TIMES. (Illustrated by W. H. Drake and others) ......... C. A. Lynde .............. 957
Bow YOUR LITTLE HEADS." Jingle ............................ ...... W. S. Reed. ............... 762
BOY SETTLERS, THE. (Illustrated by W. A. Rogers)...................... Noah Brooks ......... 507, 596
CALAIS, THE SIEGE OF. A Ballad. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch) .......... Vora Perry... .... ..... 492
SCATCHING TERRAPIN. (Illustrated by the Author) ........................ .Alfred Kaapes ............ 837
CENTURY" CAT, THE STORY OF THE. (Illustrated by J. Carter Beard)... Maly F. Honeynwan....... 785
CHAN OK; A ROMANCE OF THE EASTERN SEAS. (Illustrated by the Author).J. 0. Davidson ............ 523
617, 690, 775, 846, 922
SCHOOSING A BOAT. (Illustrated by diagrams) ....... ....... ...... .F. W. Pangborn........... 874
CITY PLAYGROUND, A. (Illustrated by C. T. Hill)......................... Frank M. Chapman ....... 609
S CONFIDENCE .................. ... ...... ................... ........... Mafaud Wyman. ............ 93
CORNFIELD, LOST IN A. (Illustrated by W. H. Drake) .................... Kate M. Cleary............ 812
CROWNED CHILDREN OF EUROPE, THE. (Illustrated from photographs) .... Charles K. Backs ......... 742
CUCKOO CLOCKS. Verse. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch)... ................ .Malcolm Douglas ......... 902
CUP OF TEA FOR GRANDMAMA, A. Picture, drawn by Warren B. Davis .............................. 696
CURIOUS RELIC, A. (Illustrated from photographs) ................... .... Margaret Bisland.......... 916
DIET OF CANDY, A ................ .............. ................... Sarah S. Pratt ............. 557
DOROTHY, DORCAS, AND DILL. Jingle. (Illustrated by the Author).........J. W. Smith .............. 556
DOUGLAS JERROLD: A SKETCH OF HIS LIFE. (Illustrated) .......... ..... Walter Jerrold ........... 683
EARLY NEWS. Verse..... ............ .............................. ... Anna rM Pratt............ 656
ELECAMPANE OF THE GOLDEN PLUME, PRINCE. Verse. (Illustrated by Marare Jonsn ...... 738
the Author) ................. .................. ................. ... agaret Johnson ..........
EXCEILENT REASON, AN ..... ........ ................................ Mary E. Bradley .......... 937
FATE OF THE PSYCHE KNOT, THE. Picture, drawn by S. Y. Wendel.............. .............. 886
FEAST OF ALL NATIONS, A. Verse. (Illustrated by the Author)...... .... MargaretJohnson.......... 520
FORMAL CALL, A. (Illustrated by Jessie McDermott) .....F- J ............ .M. F. J ................ 878
SFORTUNES OF TOBY TRAFFORD, THE. (Illustrated by H. Sandham)........J. T. Tzrowbridgc .......... 537
573, 664, 745, 818, 905
FOUR SIDES TO A TRIANGLE. (Illustrated by W. H. Drake) ............... Charles R. Talbot.......... 732
FREE CIRCUS, A. (Illustrated by W Taber) ............. ................. .osephine Pollard ......... 632
FROGS' SINGING-SCHOOL, THE. Verse. (Illustrated by F. S. Church) ...... Mrs. E. T. Corbett......... 798
GOING TO POST HER LETTER. Picture, drawn by A. Brennan.................. ........... ........ .. 699
GOING TO THE POND IN CENTRAL PARK. Picture, drawn by A. Brennan ..................... ..... 534
GOLDENROD, THE SONG OF THE. Poem. (Illustrated by Laura C. Hills) ..Grace Denio Litchfeld ...... 811
GOOD MEASURE OF LOVE. Poem ................... ........................ Robert Undeood Johnson.. 754
GRANDPA'S SWEETHEART. Verse. (Illustrated).......................... Hannah Coddington ....... 627
HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN, A SCHOOL-GIRL'S RECOLLECTIONS OF ........ Fraiein Rosa Schmalz..... 938







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HELLO, MESSMATE Verse. (Illustrated by the Author).................. .. CA. Ogden .............. 720
HIGHWAY AND BY-WAY. Verse. (Illustrated by Margaret Johnson) ....... .Mary Bradley .... ....... 624
HINT, A. Verse ...................................... ............... Anna M l. Pratt........... 741
HOBBY-HORSES. (Illustrated) ......................... .................. Austin Clhapin ............ 518
HOME OF THE EMPRESS JOSEPHINE, THE. (Illustrated from photographs)... Mary Shears Robers ...... 703
How DAN WAS SURPRISED. Verse....................... ......... .Alice P. Carter ............ 709
How DID SHE TELL? Jingle .......................................... Caroline Evans ........... 608
How THE GREAT PLAN WORKED. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch)........... Victor Mapes .............. 869
How THE MAIDEN AND THE BEAR SAILED AWAY. Jingle. (Illustrated by Oscar Park ... 73
R. B. Birch) ..................... ..........................
HUNTING, PLAIN TRUTHS ABOUT. (Illustrated by C. T. Hill) ............. Julian Ralph .............. 755
"I HAD A LITTLE ROW-BOAT." Jingle. (Illustrated by C. T. Hill) .... .. Cornelia Redmond .......... 536
" I LIKE MY LITTLE DOG BECAUSE- ." Jingle.. .................... John K. Bangs.......... 951
"I 'M VERY SLEEPY, FOR YOU SEE-- ." Jingle ....................... John K. Bangs............ 960
IN THE CLOVER. Poem. (Illustrated by H. Fenn)............... ...... Maurice Thompson......... 710
"I SAW A PICTURE OF MYSELF TO-DAY." Jingle. (Illustrated by C. T. Hill).John K. Bangs ............ 759
ISLE OF SKYE, THE. (Illustrated by H. P. Share) .........................Eleanor Sherman Thackara. 855
JERROLD, DOUGLAS. (Illustrated) .......... ..... ..... .. ........ Walter Jerrold. ............ 683
JINGLE. (Illustrated by A. R. Wheelan)........................... Benjamin Webster ......... 741
JINGLES ...... 506, 531, 536, 546, 556, 608, 645, 656, 682, 718, 741, 759, 760, 762, 782, 845, 886, 919, 926, 951, 960
JOSEPHINE, THE HOME OF THE EMPRESS. (Illustrated from photographs) Mary Shears Roberts........ 703
JUNE DAY IN THE ORCHARD, A. Picture, drawn by F. Lungren ................. .................. 639
LAND OF PLUCK, THE. Second Paper. (Illustrated by E. B. Bensell and )
Harry Chase) ................................................. Mary Maes Dodge ........ 498
Harry Chase) .........
LAST DAYS AT THE SEASHORE. Picture, drawn by W. H. Drake ................ .................. 835
LEFT BEHIND AND FALLEN IN STRANGE COMPANY. Picture, drawn by .764
A B rennan ................. ........................ ................... 764
LESSON IN HAPPINESS, A....................... ................... W J. Henderson .......... 534
LETTY PENN'S VISIT. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch)......................... Lillian L. Price ........... 712
LITTLE BUTTERFLY HUNTER, THE. Picture, drawn by Laura C. Hills ............................. .596
LITTLE GIRL'S IDEAL PARTY, A. Verse..................................Isabel Yeomans Brown ... 725
LITTLE LOVERS, THE. Verse. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch) ............... C. P. Cranch.............. 571
LITTLE PLUNKETT'S COUSIN." (Illustrated by H. A. Ogden) ............. Tudor Jenks .............. 932
LITTLE VISITOR, A. Verse. (Illustrated by Laura C. Hills)............... Elizabeth L. Gould ........ 631
LOST IN A CORNFIELD. (Illustrated by W. H. Drake).....................Kate M. Cleary............ 812
MALCOLM DOUGLAS, To. Verse. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch).............. Amy S. Bridgman ........ 877
MAMMY'S BED-TIME SONG. Verse. (Illustrated by E. W. Kemble).........Edward A. Oldham........ 882
MANNERS OF SHEEP, THE. Verse. (Illustrated by J. A. S. Monks)........John Albee ................ 522
MARBLE QUARRY, A. (Illustrated by E. J. Meeker)........................ George P. Merrill ......... 802
MARTINIQUE: THE HOME OF THE EMPRESS JOSEPHINE. (Illustrated by A. M
Brennan, H. Fenn, and H. D. Nichols, from photographs) ............ Mary Sears Roberts 7
MERRY OUTLAW, BOB o' LINCOLN, THE. (Illustrated).................... L. E. Stofiel .............. 763
MICROSCOPE, MY. (Illustrated from photographs) ....................... Mary V. Worstell.......... 547
MODEL UNDERTAKER, A. (Illustrated by Meredith Nugent) ................ T. D. Witherspoon ......... 866
MORNING. Verse. (Illustrated)................ .............. ...E y D.................. EmilyDickinson .. ... 491
MORNING IN THE HAYFIELD, A. Picture, drawn by A. Brennan ................................... 790
"Music HATH CHARMS." Picture, drawn by John Richards...................................... 715
MY MICROSCOPE. (Illustrated from photographs)......................... Mary V. Worstell......... 547
NEW TALE OF A TUB, A. (Illustrated by W. Taber) ......................N. P. Francis ............ 788
OLD CLOCK'S STORY, THE. (Illustrated by Jessie McDermott) ........... .Annie L. Hyde ........... 827
OLD STORY RETOLD, AN. Pictures .................. ........ .............................. 961
OPEN SECRET, AN.' Verse. (Illustrated by Laura C. Hills) ................Anna M. Pratt..... ...... 716
OVERSIGHT, AN. Verse. (Illustrated by C. T. Hill) ......................a. My Tyrrell.............. 817
PATHETIC BALLAD OF CLARINTHIA JANE LOUISA, THE. Jingle. (Illustrated).Laura E. Richards ........ 531
PENCILED JOKES. (Illustrated) ..........................................Benjamin Webster ......... 717
PICTURES.............................................. 498, 534, 596, 639, 672, 696, 699, 715, 764, 790, 835, 961
PLAIN TRUTHS ABOUT HUNTING. (Illustrated by C. T. Hill) ............. Julian Ralph ............. 755
PLAYGROUND, A CITY. (Illustrated by C. T. Hill) ......................... Frank Chapman ....... 609
PRAIRIE HOME, A. (Illustrated by W. Taber). ............................ Maurice Thompson ....... 859







CONTENTS.


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PRINCE ELECAMPANE OF THE GOLDEN PLUME. Verse. (Illustrated by the
Author)........................................................... Margaret Johnson ......... 738
PROFESSOR AND THE WHITE VIOLET, THE. Verse. (Illustrated by the Author). Oliver Herford. ............ 553
PUCK, A RHYME OF ROBIN. Verse. (Illustrated by G. W. Edwards).......Helen Gray Cone ......... 731
RAINY DAY, A. Jingle. (Illustrated by G. Crosby) .......................Jessie B. MlccClure .......... 845
RESCUED BY THE ENEMY. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch)....................Sabria Avery.............. 651
RHYME OF ROBIN PUCK, A. Verse. (Illustrated by G. W. Edwards) ......Helen Gray Cone ........ 731
SAD HISTORY OF WILL O' THE WISP, THE. Verse. (Illustrated by A. R.
Wheelan) ................................................... Mario C.Wateran....... 864
SALEH BIN OSMAN. "The Story of My Life." (Illustrated) ............... Saleh Bin Osman .......... 795
SANDPIPERS, THE. Jingle. (Illustrated by A. R. Wheelan) ................B. W ................... 741
SHADOW-LESSON, A. (Illustrated) ........................................ .Iarlan H. Ballard........ 636
SIEGE OF CALAIS, THE. A Ballad. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch)............Nora Perry ............. 492
SKYE, THE ISLE OF. (Illustrated by H. P. Share) ......................... Eleanor Sherman Thackara 855
SLEEPING FLOWERS, THE. Verse..................................... .. Emily Dickinson...... .... 616
SOME INCIDENTS OF STANLEY'S EXPEDITION ............................E. J. Glave .............. 791
SONG OF FOLLY, A. Verse. (Illustrated by the Author) ................... .Mildred Howells ........... 695
SONG OF THE GOLDENROD, THE. Poem. (Illustrated by Laura C. Hills).... Grace Denio Litckfield...... 811
SONG OF THE THRUSH, THE. Poem..................... .............. C. P. Cranch........... 764
SPELLING-MATCH, THE. Verse .......................................... Alice Maude Ewell ......... .674
STANLEY'S EXPEDITION, SOME INCIDENTS OF. ............................E. J. Glave .............. 791
STATUE, T HE.......................... .............................. Tudor Jenks............... 739
STOCKINGS OR SCALES. Verse. (Illustrated by the Author)................ Oliver Herford............. 859
STORM-BOUND ABOVE THE CLOUDS. (Illustrated by C. T. Hill).......... Frederick Funston .. ..... 657
STORY OF "A FLAT," THE..............................................Louise Livingston Bradford.. 719
STORY OF MY LIFE, THE. (Illustrated)..................................Saleh Bin Osman.......... 795
STORY OF NEBRASKA ALLEN, THE. (Illustrated by W. H. Drake)..........Kate M. Putney ........... 947
STORY OF THE "CENTURY" CAT, THE. (Illustrated by J. Carter Beard)... Mary F. Honeyman ....... 785
SUGGESTION, A. Verse ................. ...............................Hattie Lummis............ 663
SSUMMER WIND. Verse.............................. ..................R. R. K. Munkittrick ........ 716
SSWIMMING-HOLE STORIES, THE. (Illustrated by W. H. Drake)............. Walter Storrs Bigelow .....
Ka-souze! Ka-souze !..................................................... .................. 628
An Unrewarded Rescue......................................................... ............. 629
A n A acrobatic F failure ............................................................ .......... .. 7 0
A B oy R evolution ............................................................................. 701
A H ornets' Nest ................... .............. ................................. ....... 783
Nathan Doolittle's Lawn Party.................................... .... ...................... 862
TALK ABOUT WILD FLOWERS, A. (Illustrated by H. Fenn)............... John Burroughs. ......... 581
TEE-WAHN FOLK-LORE. (Illustrated by George Wharton Edwards) ......... Charles F. Lummis........ 828
Introductory ........................................................ ....................... 828
The Antelope Boy........................... ............................................... 831
The Coyote and the Crows ...................................................................... 834
T he M agic H ide-and-Seek .................................................... ................. 927
TERRAPIN, CATCHING. (Illustrated by the Author) ........................Alfred Kappes............. 837
; 'THERE WAS A LITTLE FAT MAN." Jingle. (Illustrated and engrossed by Cornelia Redmond........ 926
R B B irch ) ................ ...... ................................
"THE WIND WAS BLOWING ONE AUTUMN NIGHT." Jingle. (Illustrated Cornelia Redmond..... 919
and engrossed by R. B. Birch) ...................................... .
THREE INTO ONE WON'T Go. Jingle. (Illustrated by G. Crosby)......... Jessie B. Mc Clure ........ 506
THREE TREES. Poem. Headpiece by H. Fenn .......................... Charles H. Crandall....... 904
THROUGH THE BACK AGES................ ........ ..................... Teresa C. Crofton......... 697
S"TICK TOCK GOES THE CLOCK." Jingle. (Illustrated and engrossed by
W H-. Drake) .................................... .. .............. Cornelia Redmond .......... 682
STIME o' NIGHT, THE. (Illustrated by E. B. Bensell) ............. .........Frank i. Bicknell ....... 944
TIMOTHY. Verse. (Illustrated by A. B. Davies)............................Helen Gray Cone.......... 836
To LET. Verse. (Illustrated by Albertine Randall Wheelan)............... lMarion C. Waterman. .... 920
To. MALCOLM DOUGLAS. Verse. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch) ............. Amy S. Bridgman......... 877
TONGALOO TOURNAMENT, THE. (Illustrated by E. B. Bensell) ............. Tudor Jenks .............. 675
TORPEDO-STATION AT NEWPORT, THE. (Illustrated by the Author).........J. O. Davidson........... 761







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To THE WINDS OF JUNE. Verse.......... ...... ....... Mary A. Mason.......... 638
TRIANGLE, FOUR SIDES TO A. (Illustrated by W. H. Drake) .............. Charles R. Talbot.......... 732
TURNING-POINT, A. (Illustrated by Jessie Curtis Shepherd) ...............Katharine McDowell Rice... 554
TwINS, THE. Verse. (Illustrated by G. Crosby) ............ ......... ... .Jessie B. McClure ... ... 782
Two LADS OF BLOCK ISLAND. (Illustrated by W. H. Drake)..... ........ Sarah J. Prichard......... 838
UNFORTUNATE BATHERS, THE. Jingle. (Illustrated by the Author)....... E. A. Cleveland Cox ....... 645
UNFORTUNATE GIRAFFE, THE. Jingle. (Illustrated by the Author) ....... Oliver Herford ............ 718
VACATION DAYS. (Illustrated by Mary Hallock Foote).....................Laura E. Richards ......... 765
WAY TO TRAVEL, THE. Verse. (Engrossed and illustrated by the Author) .. Valentine Adams........... 557
W HAT W AS IT? Jingle ............................................... Caroline Evans .......... 546
WHITE MARIE. Verse. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch) .................... Virginia Woodward Cloud.. 914
WHY BEES MAKE HONEY. (Illustrated by George Wharton Edwards)..... Alice Wellington Rollins... 625
WILD FLOWERS, A TALK ABOUT. (Illustrated by H. Fenn)............... John Burroughs............ 581
WILL O' THE WISP, THE SAD HISTORY OF. Verse. (Illustrated by A.
R. W heelan) .............. .......... ........................... M arion C. W waterman ...... 864
WINDS OF JUNE, To THE. Verse .....................................M. Mary A. Mason.......... 638
YOUNG PAN. Picture, drawn by R. B. Birch......... ............................................ 672

FRONTISPIECES.

"Spring Blossoms," by George Wharton Edwards, facing Title-page of Volume -"The Little Lovers," by
R. B. Birch, page 570- "Rescued by the Enemy," by R. B. Birch, page 650 -"Puck and the Fairies," by
George Wharton Edwards, page 730 -" Goldenrod," by Laura C. Hills, page 8Io -" You Make so Much Noise
I Can't Sleep! by J. H. Dolph, page 890.

DEPARTMENTS.
JACK-IN-THE-PULPIT. (Illustrated.)
Introduction-A Song of May-Photography of Colors--Seven Languages-What They Say--The
Condor of the Andes -The Secret Carver (illustrated) -The Blue Sky, 562; Introduction- A Protest--
Two Long Words A June Encounter A Fiji Dude (illustrated), 642; Introduction Do Animals Think ?
Which Is It ? Those Two Long Words, 722; Introduction Another Chance for Word-makers The
Crab's Lesson Thoughts About Animals Thinking- Another Dog Story A Spider's Ingenuity (illus-
trated)-How About the Fly? 8oo; Introduction-Telegraph-poles Fooling Bears and Woodpeckers
Enterprising Begonias About the Farthing Queens' Needles- A Traveling Plant (illustrated), 880;
Introduction- A Hermit to Order An Infant Audubon Birds A Grasshopper's Ears (illustrated) A
Photograph in Action From the Deacon's Scrap-book, 972.

FOR VERY LITTLE FOLK. (Illustrated.)
P ussy and the T urtle ........................................................................... 56o
The Second K itten's H unt ......... ............................................................ 640
The R abbit and the D onkey .................................................................... 799

THE LETTER-BOX. (Illustrated)................ .... ....................... .. 564, 644, 724, 804, 884, 964
THE RIDDLE-BOX. (Illustrated).............. ....................... 567,647, 727, 807, 887, 967




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