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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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FOR YOUNG FOLKS.


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MARY MAPES DODGE.



VOLUME XIX.
PART II., MAY, 1892, TO OCTOBER, 1892.




THE CENTURY CO., NEW YORK.
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NICHOLAS:


XIX.


PART II.


Six MONTHS-MAY, 1892, TO OCTOBER, 8I92.


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CONTENTS OF PART II. VOLUME XIX.






PAGE
ADMIRAL'S CARAVAN, THE. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch) .................. Charles E. Carryl......... 531
AFTER BLACK BUCK IN INDIA. (Illustrated by W. H. Drake) .............. Clarence B. Moore.......... 512
ALEXANDER WILSON. Poem ......................... ................. Maurice Thonpmson ........ 833
ANTS THAT PUSHED ON THE SKY, THE. (Illustrated by G. W. Edwards)... Charles F. Lummis ........ 527
AT THE MUSICAL. Verses .............................................. Caroline Evans............ 517
AT THE Zoo. Pictures, drawn by J. Carter Beard and A. Ddring..................................... 544
AUGUST. Picture, drawn by Lizbeth B. Comins ..................................................... 760
BEN ALI, THE EGYPTIAN. Verses. (Illustrated by the Author)............. Jack Bennett ............. 696
LACK BUCK IN INDIA, AFTER. (Illustrated by W. H. Drake)............. Clarence B. Moore ....:... 512
OY WHO WOULD N'T BE STUMPED, THE. (Illustrated by C. T. Hill)...... Bessie Chandler............ 563
CAPTIVE, A. Verses ................ .. .......... ................ Lucy Webling ............. 840
CHASED BY A SNAKE. Pictures, drawn by P. Newell ..................................... ....... .. .. 628
CHILD'S VERSES, A..................................................... .Lucy Webling............. 943
CHINESE JINGLE, A. (Illustrated and engrossed by Kirk Este) ........................................ 840
COMPENSATION. Verses ................................................... Victor Maes ............. 623'
CONSPIRATORS, THE. (Illustrated by F. V. Du Mond) ......................Emma Sherwood Chester.... 491
CORNWALLIS'S MEN. (Illustrated by W. Thompson) .......................Lillian L. Price .......... 675
CURIOUS COMMUNITY, A. (Illustrated by Meredith Nugent)................ Stella Louise Hook ......... 841
CURIOUS TANDEM, A. Picture, drawn by Culmer Barnes ............................................ 744
DAY THAT NEVER COMES, THE. Verses .................................. Charles H. Lugrin ........ 669
DEVELOPING DRY PLATES ......................................... ....F. E.................. 714
DICK'S DIVE. (Illustrated by G. B. Fox) ................................. Howard Bunch............ 608
DISAPPOINTMENT, A. Jingle ..... ..................................... John Kendrick Bangs ..... 863
DISPUTED SHINNY MATCH, THE. (Illustrated by Irving R. Wiles)..........James L. Ford ............ 538
DODISH MORAL SIGNAL-SERVICE, THE. (Illustrated by Meredith Nugent) ... S. Edward Paschall ....... 940
DOROTHY HANCOCK'S BREAKFAST-PARTY. Verses. (Illustrated by H.A. Ogden).Nora Perryr .............. 648
DUTIFUL PARENT, A. Jingle. (Illustrated by the Author) ................J. G. Francis ........... 650
EARLY OWL, THE. Verses. (Illustrated by the Author) .................... Oliver Herford ............ 786
EARTHQUAKE AT CHARLESTON, THE. (Illustrated by T. Moran)............ Ewing Gibson............. 893
EASTER MORNING. Picture, drawn by Maria L. Kirk ............. .................... ........... 505
ECLIPSE, AN. Picture, drawn by W. A. Bettesworth ....... ........... ....................... 846
ELIZABETH. Verse ............. ........................... .. Amos R. Wells ............ 543
FAIRY-LAND. Poem ................... ...................... ......... Virginia Woodward Cloud.. 483
FIRST AMERICAN TRAVELER, THE. (Illustrated by W. Taber) .............. Charles F. Lummis ........ 587
FIRST TO GREET COLUMBUS, THE. Poem. (Illustrated by H. Fenn)....... Emily Huntington Nason .. 673
FISHING-TRIP TO BARNEGAT, A. (Illustrated by W. H. Drake)............. John Whitehead ........... 768
FIVE-POINTED STAR, THE................................................ Charles F. Jenkins......... 713
FLAG, A STORY OF THE. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch).... ................ Victor Mapes.............. 643
FOURTH OF JULY, ON THE. Verses. (Illustrated by J. McDermott)........Harriet Prescott Spoford.... 708
FRENCH STORY. (Illustrated) ..........................................Herminie H. Merriam...... 543
" HICKORY, DICKORY, DOCK !" Picture, from a photograph ...... .................................. 824
HIGHWAY ROBBERY, A CASE OF. Jingle. (Illustrated by the Author) .....J. G. Francis ............. 551







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HISTORIC DWARFS. (Illustrated) ............................................ Mary Sears Roberts ......
Richard and Anne Gibson.... .................. ..... ................................ 651
How COLUMBUS RECKONED. (Illustrated by G. B. Fox, and by copy of 96
Toscanelli's map of the world) ...................................... oya S i y ...
How MICHAEL'S BULLET SPOILED TOMMY'S PICNIC (Illustrated by C. T. Hill).Frank W. Sage............. 925
How RANGOON CARRIED WEIGHT. (Illustrated by W. Taber)..............E. Vinton Blake........... 506
How SHIPS TALK TO EACH OTHER. (Illustrated by Meredith Nugent) .... Charles William Kennedy .. 760
HUNTER'S MONTH, THE. Picture, drawn by Martha Day Fenner .................................... 876
INANIMATE THINGS ANIMATED. Pictures. I. Bobby Slate and Bobby Pencil. 9
2. The Alarm-Clock. Drawn by P. Newell ......................... .. ......... ............ 902
INCIDENT AT MOWBRAY'S, AN. (Illustrated by W. H. Drake) ..............D. B. Waggener .......... 834
INDIAN SUMMER. Picture, drawn by P. Newell ............... .................................. .. 901
IN NINETY-THREE. Verses. (Illustrated by C. T. Hill) ...................Kate Putnam Osgood....... 661
IN THE CONSERVATORY. Picture, drawn by Irving R. Wiles .......... ........ ....................... 525
JINGLES ..... .......... ............................................... 551, 650, 839, 840, 863, 878
JOLLIVERS' DONKEY, THE; (Illustrated by G. B. Fox) .....................Kate Tannatt Woods ....... 781
JULY. Picture, drawn by Lizbeth B. Comins ................. ..................................... 661
JUNE. Picture, drawn by Lizbeth B. Comins................. ............. .................... 586.
KELLER, HELEN. (Illustrated).............. ..........................Adeline G. Perry .......... 573
KENNIBOY'S PROBLEMS. Verses. (Illustrated and engrossed by C. T. Hill) .John Kendrick Bangs...... 617
KEYS TO THE STUDENT'S SUCCESS, THE .................. ............. Isabel Craven ............ 874
KING WITHOUT A THRONE, A. (Illustrated by H. A. Ogden) .............. Tudor Jenks .............. 803
KITTEN BY POST, A. (Illustrated by C. T. Hill) .........................Estelle M. Hart .......... 856
" LADY LOFTY HAS HER CARRIAGE." Picture, drawn by A. Brennan.................................... 537
LAND AND WATER TUSSLE, A. (Illustrated by W. Taber) ................. Clarence Pullen............ 897
LAST CONQUISTADOR, THE. (Illustrated by H. A. Ogden) ..................Elbridge S. Brooks......... 866
" LAUGH A LITTLE BIT." Verses .................... .................J. Edmund V. Cooke ....... 5501
LAWN DANCE FOR LITTLE PEOPLE, A. (Illustrated by Laura C. Hills)...... L. A. Bradbury ......... 624
LEARNING TO BE WEATHER-PROPHETS. (Illustrated by Meredith Nugent).. S. A. Wetmore ............ 937
LEAVES FROM A BOY'S SKETCH-BOOK. Pictures, drawn by J. Montgomery Flagg.......................... 558
LEONIDAS. Verses. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch and A. Brennan) ........... Anna Robeson Brown ...... 944
LIGHTHOUSE, THE LONELY. (Illustrated by G. W. Edwards and A. Kappes).. William Abbatt............ 567
LITTLE BARLEY-SUGAR VENDER, THE .................................... Nina M. Mi ............ 711
LONELY LIGHTHOUSE, THE. (Illustrated by G. W. Edwards and A. Kappes). William Abbatt............ 567
M AY. Poem ................................... ....... ... .............. N ora Perry ............... 526
MAY PARTY, A. Picture, drawn by Maria L. Kirk ......................... ....... .............. 495
MAZEPPA. Picture, drawn by John Richards ....................................................... 873.
MERRYMAKER, MY. Verses. (Illustrated by Neville Cain) .................Kate Rohrer Cain.......... 692
" MIDSHIPMAN," THE CAT. (Illustrated by W. H. Drake) ................... John Coleman Adams ...... 723.
MORTIFYING MISTAKE, A. Verses ................ ..... ................ Anna M Pratt........... 504.
MR. SOMEBODY. Verses .................. ............................. Laura E. Richards......... 873
MY BETTY. Verse ....................................... ............. Laura E. Richards ........ 895
MY TROUBADOUR. Poem. (Illustrated by H. Fenn) ...................... Charles H. Crandall ....... 517
NAN'S COLLECTING. i (Illustrated by W. Taber) ........................... .Francis S. Palmer ......... 864
OLD SPAIN, A STORY OF. Poem. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch)............. Tudor Jenks .............. 570
OVERSHADOWED. Verse. (Illustrated from a photograph)...................Dorothea Lummis.......... 777
PAGE OF FUN, A. Verses. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch) ................... Malcolm Douglas.......... 903
PETIT MARCHAND DE SUCRE D'ORGE, LE. (Illustrated).................. .Herminie H. Merriam...... 543.
PICTURES. .495, 505, 511, 525, 526, 537, 544, 549, 550, 586, 628, 661, 711, 718, 744, 760, 797, 824, 846, 873, 876, 955
POINT OF VIEW, THE. Verse. (Illustrated by the Author) ................M. O. Kobbe .............. 806
PREHISTORIC PHOTOGRAPHY. (Illustrated by W. H. Drake) ................ Tudor Jenks .............. 484
PUZZLED PROFESSOR, A. (Illustrated by the Author) ....................... Tudor Jenks .............. 942
QUIET BEACH, A. (Illustrated by the Author)............................ W. A. Rogers ............. 746
RAINY DAY, A. Poem. (Illustrated by Laura C. Hills).................... E. L. Sylvester ............ 586
RAINY-DAY HOUSE, THE. Poem. (Illustrated by Laura C. Hills) .......... Annie Fields.............. 827
RANGOON AS NURSE. (Illustrated by W. Taber) .......................... Vinton Blake .......... 604
RANGOON. (Illustrated) ................... ......... ................. .E. Vinton Blake ..........
How Rangoon Carried W eight................................................................. 5o6
Rangoon as Nurse ............................................................................ 604
The Rendezvous at East Gorge. ................... ........................................... 68z
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RED AND BLACK ................................. ...................... Frances C. Sparhawk....... 628
RENDEZVOUS AT EAST GORGE, THE. (Illustrated by W. Taber) ............E. Vinton Blake........... 682
ROSWELL SMITH, IN MEMORY OF. (Illustrated).. .................. .............................. 636
SAFE VEHICLE, A. Verses. (Illustrated by Bernhardt Wall, Jr.) ............J. Ellis Joy.............. 542
SCARLET THORN, THE. (Illustrated by H. Fenn) .......................... John Burroughs .... ..... 674
SERVANTS OF THE KING, THE. Verse. (Illustrated by.R. B. Birch) .......M. Helen Fraser Lovett .... 904
SIR WILLIAM PEPPERRELL'S WELL. Poem. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch).... Celia Thaxter ............. 814
SNAKES, SOMETHING ABOUT. (Illustrated by J. Carter Beard)............ .Margaret W. Leighton...... 730
SOLID COMFORT. Picture, drawn by Mary Hallock Foote............................................. 526
SOMETHING ABOUT SNAKES. (Illustrated by J. Carter Beard) ............... Margaret W. Leighton ... 730
SPARE BEDROOM AT GRANDFATHER'S, THE. (Illustrated'by the Author).... Mary Hallock Foote ....... 656
SPINNING IN THE SUNSHINE. Picture, drawn by A. Brennan .......................................... 550
SPONGE-MAN AND THE APRIL SHOWER, THE. Pictures, drawn by P. Newell............................ 511
STORY OF THE FLAG, A. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch) ..................... Victor Mapes.............. 643
STRANGE CORNERS OF OUR COUNTRY. (Illustrated) ..... ............... CharlesF. Lummis.........
The Mogollones ......................................................................... .... 7
Montezuma's W ell............................................................................ 702
Montezuma's Castle .............................. ........... ................... ............ 706
T he P ueblos ....................................................... : .. ..... .............. 788
Cliff-builders ............. ..................................................... ........... 790
The Greatest Natural Bridge ................................................................. 828
The Stone Autograph-Album................................................................... 920
STUDIO-BOY, THE. Verses. (Illustrated by the Author)...................I.M. 0. Kobbi ............. 647
STYLE OF THE O'ROURKES, THE. Picture, drawn by F. T. Richards ................................. 718
SWING, THE. Picture, drawn by G. W. Edwards ......................... .......................... 549
TALE OF PIRACY, A. Verses. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch)................. Malcolm Douglas ......... 600
TANDEM, A CURIOUS. Picture, drawn by Culmer Barnes ............................................. 744
TAPIR-HUNTING IN BRAZIL. (Illustrated by W. H. Drake, and by a full-page )
picture) ............... ........................................... Herbert Smit......... 947
TEE-WAHN FOLK-STORIES. (Illustrated by G. W. Edwards) ............... Charles F. Lummis ......
The Ants that Pushed on the Sky .............. .......................................... 527
TELEPHONE, THE. Poem......... ....................................Annie A. Preston .......... 537
THAT'S THE WAY! Verses .................. : ....................... Ella Wheeler Wilcox....... 608
THREE LITTLE MICE. Verses. (Illustrated by Charles Howard Johnson).... Virginia Fairfax .......... 554
TIGER'S HEAD FROM- CABUL, A. (Illustrated by W. H. Drake)............. Thomas P. Hughes, D. D 503
To A LITTLE TROUT. Verses. (Illustrated by G. B. Fox) ................. Charles Henry Webb :....... 59
TOMMY'S SCHOOL. Verses ............................................ Gertrude Morton ........... 510
TOM PAULDING. (Illustrated by W. A. Rogers) ....................... ...Brander Matthews ........ 496
593, 685, 737, 816, 930
"TOM, TOM, THE PIPER'S SON." Silhouette, drawn by Katharine B. Robertson ...................... 711
Too MUCH OF A GOOD THING. Jingle................................ Mrs. J. T. Greenleaf ...... 839
TROUBADOUR, MY. Poem. (Illustrated by H. Fenn)..................... Charles H. Crandall....... 517
TROUBLESOME MODEL, A. (Illustrated by the Author) ................... Meredith Nugent ......... 872
TROUT, TO A LITTLE. Verses. (Illustrated by G. B. Fox) ................ Charles Henry Webb....... 759
Two GIRLS AND A BOY. (Illustrated by V. P6rard) ...................... Robert Howe Fletcher....... 518
578, 662, 751, 847, 908
VERY HAPPY FAMILY, A. Jingle. (Illustrated by the Author) ............J. G. Francis ........... 878
VIREO'S NEST, THE. (Illustrated by W. A. McCullough) ................... Ernest Ingersoll ........... 618
VISIT FROM HELEN KELLER, A. (Illustrated) .................. .......... Adeline G. Perry .......... 573
VOLCANOES AND EARTHQUAKES. (Illustrated by T. Moran and C. T. Hill) ..Mrs. Charles F. Hartt ..... 883
VOLCANOES AND EARTHQUAKES. (Illustrated by H. Fenn, T. O. Davidson,
,and T. Moran) ..................... ....... ..... ......of FrederickD. Cheter 887
VOYAGE OF COLUMBUS, THE. (Illustrated by W. H. Drake) ............... Royall Bascom Smithey ..... 670
"WALKING-BEAM BOY," THE. (Illustrated by C. T. Hill) ................. L. E. Stofiel .............. 824
WHAT AM I? Jingle ................. ................................M rs. J. T. Greenleaf ...... 839
"WHAT NEWS? "-IN MID-OCEAN ................. ....................H. D. Smith.............. 766
WHAT THINGS BEFELL THE SQUIRE'S HOUSE. Verses. (Illustrated by R. B. irgini W ward Clud
Birch) ................................................... Woodward Cloud.. 679
WHEN I WAS YOUR AGE. (Illustrated) .................................. Laura E. Richards......... 545
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YEAR WITH DOLLY, A. (Illustrated and engrossed by R. B. Birch) .........Eudora S. Bumstead ....... 490
631, 7Io, 745, 859,'936
Zoo, AT THE. Pictures, drawn by J. Carter Beard and A. Dbring...................................... 544


FRONTISPIECES.

"The Little Candy-seller," from a painting by Achille Fould, facing Title-page of Volume-" Summer 's Come,"
by Otto Wolf, page 562-" Frank Dipped a Salute to the President of the French Republic," by R. B. Birch, page
642-"The Old Lighthouse-keeper and the Children," by W. A. Rogers, page 722-"Napoleon's Veterans
Viewing the Portrait of the King of Rome," by H. A. Ogden, page 802-A Menagerie Performance- after a
painting by Fr. Shnderland, page 882.

DEPARTMENTS.
JACK-IN-THE-PULPIT. (Illustrated.)
Introduction Plant Something Dog-talk A Spring Catch Live Oysters in the House Which ? Be
Quick, my Lad! Clover for Food Birds in Tiers (illustrated) Red Dog-tooth Violets, 552; Introduction-
Some Simple Garden Questions A Natural Pea-shooter Whuy Not ? Bessy's Enigma A Live Horse
for Five Dollars A Cat who Ate Eggs A Change of United States Presidents Alphabet Story -" How
Five Little Ash-trees were Turned into One" (illustrated), 634; Introduction Our National Flower- Our
National Hymn-Those Five-dollar Horses, 712; Introduction-A National Song-What is Love?-The
Ocean-To a Butterfly, 794; Introduction-A Jewel Song-When a Match was a Wonder-A Tragedy-
A Fairy Ship in Fairy-land (illustrated by Meredith Nugent), 952.

FOR VERY LITTLE FOLK. (Illustrated.)
The Mean Little Bear ................................ ........ ......... ... ............ 632
The Robber Rat and the Poor Little Kitten ............................Katharine Pyle ........... 793
Bertie's First Day at School ........................ ............. S. Maary Norton ........... 954

PLAYS AND MUSIC. (Illustrated.)
A Lawn Dance for Little People ....................................L. A. Bradbury .... ..... 624

THE LETTER-BOX. (Illustrated).. .................. .......................... 555, 638, 716, 796, 877, 956
THE RIDDLE-BOX. (Illustrated) .............................................. 559, 639, 719, 799, 879, 959
E DITORIAL N OTES ............ .... ................................................ .... ........ 555 796









































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