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Title: St. Nicholas
Uniform Title: St. Nicholas (New York, N.Y.)
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Physical Description: 68 v. : ill. ; 25-30 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Dodge, Mary Mapes, 1830-1905
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Place of Publication: New York
Publication Date: -c1943
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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.
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.NICHOLAS:


AN

ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE


FOR


YOUNG FOLKS.


CONDUCTED BY


MARY


MAPES DODGE.


VOLUME XXIII.
PART II., MAY, 1896, TO OCTOBER, 1896.




THE CENTURY CO., NEW YORK.
MACMILLAN AND CO., LONDON.


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Copyright, 1896, by THE CENTURY Co.


THE DEVINNE PRESS,













NICHOLAS:


VOLUME XXIII.

PART II.
Six MONTHS-MAY, 1896, TO OCTOBER, 1896.


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CONTENTS OF PART II. VOLUME XXIII.




ABOUT GRANDMAMA GRAY. Jingle. (Illustrated and engrossed by the Author) .Margaret Johnson ...... ... 687
ABSENT-MINDED MAN, AN. Verse. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch) ........... Caroline F. Needham....... 725
ALL THINGS COME ROUND. Verse ...... ............ .............. C. cClelland ........ 1022
ARTIST'S DAUGHTER, THE. From a painting by William M. Chase .................................... 659
AT SCHOOL A HUNDRED YEARS AGO. (Illustrated) ...................... Agnes Repplier ............ 901
AUGUST OUTING, AN. Picture, drawn by M. O. Kobb. .......... ....................... ...... ....... 808
AUTUMN DAISY, THE. Poem .............................. ...Margaret Frances Mauro... 856
AUTUMN FROLIC, AN. Picture, drawn by Albertine Randall Wheelan ............... .................. 998
BALLAD OF BETTY THE BOUND-GIRL, THE. Poem. (Illustrated by C. M. Ethel
Relyea) .................................. .... Ethel aron....... .. ...... 531
BASEBALL. Pictures, drawn by I. W Taber ...................................................... 692
BEN AND GRACE. Jingle. (Illustrated and engrossed by Albertine Randall Dorothy Rice .......
Wheelan) ................ .... ........................... ...... ......
BENNY BUNTING. Jingle. (Illustrated by Albertine Randall Wheelan) ... ..Dorothy G. Rice ............ 1021
BETTY THE BOUND-GIRL, THE BALLAD OF. Poem. (Illustrated by C. M.
Relyea) ...... ............ ..................... .............. Ethel Parton ............ 531
BICYCLE SONG. Verse. (Illustrated by W. Taber.) .......................Harriet Prescott Sfofford.... 893
BINGO, BUSTER, AND BEAU. Verse. (Illustrated by C. M. Relyea) ......... James Harvey Smith....... 817
BOB, AND JOSHUA, AND BALAAM. (Illustrated by C. T. Hill) ............. Mary Murdoch Mason ...... 944
BONNIE LASSIE. Poem ...................... .... .................. ..Margaret Frances Mauro ... 857
BOSTON TEA-PARTY, A. Prize Puzzle.................... ............... ..Marv Seymour ........... 785
BOUNDLESS SEA, A. (Illustrated by C. M. Relyea.) ....................... Mary L. B. Branch ....... 959
BUGLE, THE: WHAT IT TELLS ON A WAR-SHIP. (Illustrated by I. W. Taber) .John M. Ellicott........... 624
BUNNY ROMANCE, A. Verse. (Illustrated by the Author) ................. Oliver Herford ........... 862
CHARADES, FIFTY. A Prize Puzzle ...................................... Carolyn Wells............ 1032
CHILDREN OF CHINATOWN IN SAN FRANCISCO, THE. (Illustrated by the Th e
Author) .................... .. .. .................. .... Theodore .... ........ 575
CHINATOWN, THE CHILDREN OF. (Illustrated by the Author) .............. Theodore Wores............ 575
CITY OF STORIES, THE. (Illustrated) ....................................Frank M. Bicknell.... 939, 1022
CLARISSY ANN AND THE FLOOD. (Illustrated by C. T. Hill) ...............L. E. Chittenden .......... 688
COMPOSITE SPORT, A. Verse. (Illustrated by W. H. Drake) ........... .. ........................ 948
COOKED-UP ROMANCE, A. Verse. (Illustrated by the Author).............. Rudolph F. Bznner ....... 1030
CROWNING FEATURE, THE. Verse .... ............. ................... Benjamin Webster ........ 719
CURIOUS STAIRWAY, A. (Illustrated by Harry Fenn) ...................... Rev. G. H. Hubbard ....... 661
DONKEY OF CARISBROOKE WELL, THE. (Illustrated from a photograph) .... Edith V. B. Matthews...... o144
DOT AND THE NEW MOON. Verse ........................................Anna E. Langdon .......1028
EDUCATOR, AN. Jingle. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch) ......................Malcolm Douglas .......... 1017
ELEPHANT AND THE GIRAFFE, THE. Jingle. (Illustrated and engrossed by
R. B. Birch) ................... ...................... ........ Charlotte Osgood Carter ..... 637
END OF WEEK AFTER NEXT, THE. (Illustrated by E. B. Bensell).......... Frank M. Bicknell ........ 1022
EUGENE FIELD. (Illustrated) ........... Mary J. Reid and.... 83
SHenrietta Dexter Field "
FAIRIES. Verse........... .............. ... ............ .......... Mrs. Z. D. Underhill ...... 1048
FAIRIES' TROLLEY, THE. Verse. (Illustrated and engrossed by Albertine?
Randall Wheelan)............................. .................. Anna K. Almy ............ 684
FARMER-BOY'S FIRST EXPERIENCE WITH HIS BICYCLE, THE. Pictures drawn by V. Perard .......... 961
FARRAGUT, A STORY OF ADMIRAL. (Illustrated by T. de Thulstrup and
from a photograph) ..... ....................................... ars Bodder ....... 76
FIELD, EUGENE. (Illustrated) ........................................ ary J. Reid and 832
SHenrietta Dexter Field. 8 32
FIELD, RECOLLECTIONS OF EUGENE ............. ....... ...... ....... .Martha Nelson Yenowine ... 837







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FINISH YOUR MEAL. Jingle. (Illustrated and engrossed by Albertine Ran- Dray G. Rice ..........66
dall W heelan ) ...................................................... ........
FIREFLIES UP-TO-DATE. .Verse .................... ............... Lucy Bostwick ............. 948
FIREMEN, A SCHOOL FOR. (Illustrated by the Author) .................... Charles Thaxter Hill ..... 776
FIRE ON THE WATER, THE. (Illustrated by Harry Fenn) ................. Charles G. D. Roberts ...... 984
FOOL'S WIT, A. Verse. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch) ................... Zitella Cocke............... 828
FOURTHS, A WORD FOR THE OLD. Verse. (Illustrated by Louis Loeb) ... Charles Henry Webb....... 756
FRANCIS, JOSEPH. (Illustrated) .... ................................... W S. Harwood........... 920
GEORGE O' GREEN AND.ROBIN HOOD. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch) ........ Caroline Brown............ 972
GOBOLINKs. (Illustrated) -RutA McEnery Stuart 9 1018
GOBOLINKS. (Illustrated) ................... ......................... ARuth ieo PStuaine rt 916' I8
SAlbert Bigelow Paine
GOOD LITTLE MISS AND MASTER. Verse. (Illustrated by the Author) ...... Hope .................. 004
GRASSHOPPERS' BALL, THE. Picture, drawn by I. W. Taber ........................................ 869
GREAT BICYCLE RACE AT GRASSHOPPERTOWN, THE. Pictures, drawn by I. W. Taber ............. 602, 603
GREEN SATIN GOWN, THE. (Illustrated by C. M. Relyea) ................. Laura E. Richards ........ 564
GRIZZLY PHIL. (Illustrated by George Varian)...........................Sidford F. Hamp .......... 630
GUNPOWDER. (Illustrated) ............................................. John M. Ellicot ......... 758
HIS FATHER'S PRICE. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch).........................Jaohn Bennett ............. 536
HIS IDEA. Verse ..................................... ...............Virna Sheard............. 841
HISTORICAL MILITARY POWDER-HORNS. (Illustrated by R. A. Grider) ..... J. L. Sticht, U. S. N....... 993
HORSES OF THE CASTLE, THE. (Illustrated by George Varian) ............. Tudor Jenks .............. 988
HUNGRY CUSTOMER, A. Jingle. (Illustrated by Oliver Herford) ...........Benjamin Webster ......... 639
IN JUNE. Verse .......... ............ ......... ................... Annie Isabel Willis....... 639
"I 'VE BRINGED YOU A LITTLE DOLLY, BOSSY." Picture, drawn by L. J. Bridgman .................. 872
JACK'S DREAM, AND JILL'S DREAM. Pictures drawn by Edith Francis Foster........................ 638
JAMES SMITH. Verse ............................ ... ............ W. C. McClelland ........ 744
JIMMIE'S AMBITION. Verse. (Illustrated by the Author) .................Frederick B. Opper ........ 1043
JINGLE AND JANGLE. Verse................... .................. William S. Lord .......... 816
JINGLES ................. ........................593, 637, 639, 660, 687, 816, 840, 948, 992, 1017, 1021, 1050
JUMPING BEAN, THE. (Illustrated by Meredith Nugent) ................... Francis Churchill Williams. 951
KATRINKA. Poem. (Illustrated by George Wharton Edwards) .............M. M. D........... ....... 971
KENT. ("A Stroll in the Garden of England.") ..........................John M. Ellicott .......... 560
KIND-HEARTED BEAR, THE. (Illustrated by George Varian) .............. Isabel F. Hapgood.......... 10o13
LILY, THE. Poem ................................................Margaret Frances Mauro... 856
LITTLE DUCHESS AND THE LION-TAMER, THE. (Illustrated by C. M. Relyea) .Fannie Locke Mackenzie.... 795
LITTLE JACK TARS AT SEA. Picture drawn by V. Perard ........................................... 892
LITTLE MISS CREWE. Jingle. (Illustrated and engrossed by Albertine Ran- Dorothy G. Rice ........ 66o
dall W heelan) ................................ .. .. ..... .......
LITTLE ROGER'S PRAYER. Verse ..................................... .Margaret Drysdale Johnson. 609
LITTLE TOM BARBER. Jingle. (Engrossed and illustrated by Albertine
Randall Wheelan) ........................... .. .............. Droty G. Rice.........593
LOST PRINCESS, THE. (Illustrated by Oliver Herford and Alice Archer Sewall) Tudor Jenks ......... 664, 767
MAKE-BELIEVE TOWN. Verse ...................... ............. ... Claudia Tharin ........... 687
MARCO POLO, THE STORY OF. (Illustrated by W. H. Drake) .............. .Noah Brooks .............. 640
739, 858, 954, 998
MASTER'S LESSON, THE. Poem. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch)............. Alice M. Lovett ........... 619
MAURICE AND HIS FATHER. (Illustrated by C. M. Relyea) ................ Sara King Wiley .... .. 707
MAY-DAY PARTY IN CENTRAL PARK, A. Picture, drawn by F. H. Lungren.................... ...... 585
MAY-DAY SHOWER, A. Verse ........................................... M. A. Thomson........... 593
METEORITES. (" Shooting Stars that Reach the Earth.") ...... ........... Oliver C. Farrington ...... 570
MIDDIES AT SEA. Picture, drawn by V. Pdrard ............. ....... ........................... 892
MONSTER "PRACTISING," THE. Verse .................. ...............Margaret Frances Mauro ... 857
MUSIC-LOVING RABBIT, A. (Illustrated by Albertine Randall Wheelan) ..... .L. E. M. Smith ............ 594
MY FLOWERS. Poem .................................................. lJMargaret Frances Mauro ... 963
N ARROW ESCAPE, A. Verse.. ............... ........................... E lsie H ill ... ......... ... 841
NATURE'S MUSIC. Pictures, drawn by Alberline Randall Wheelan........... .......... ..... ...... 953
NEEDLE, THE. Verse. (Illustrated by Albertine Randall Wheelan)......... Laura E. Richards ........ 872
No FISHING ALLOWED. Picture, drawn by Tappan Adney ................... ................. ..... 683
OLD HEADS ON YOUNG SHOULDERS .............. .................. Arthur Hoeber ........... 635







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OUT OF SEASON. Verse.......... .. .. ..... .... ................. A. L. Bunner. ........... 651
OUT-OF-THE-WAY CORNERS IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY. (Illustrated by Joseph
Pennell and F. M. Du Mond) ............... ........ ........ .. Max Bennett Thrasher..... 884
OWNEY'S TRIP AROUND THE WORLD. (Illustrated by W. H. Drake).. .... Charles Frederick Holder ... 720
PALIO AT SIENA, THE. (Illustrated by Joseph Pennell) ............. Elizabeth Robins Pennell... 809
PARTY BY THE NAME OF SMITH, A.... *............ .. ................ Arthur Hoeber............. 598
PERSEVERANCE POVVUM. Jingle. (Illustrated by the Author)..............Frederick B. Opper........ Io;o
PERVERSE SONGSTER, THE. Verse ...... ........... ...................W C. McClelland ....... 597
PICTURES .... 545,585,602, 603, 638, 659, 663,683, 692, 745, 782, 783, 808, 869, 872, 892, 953, 96 5, 981, 998, 1029
1045
POEMS BY A CHILD ......................................... ........ Margaret Frances Mauro 856,963
PORCUPINE, THE. (Illustrated) .................................... John Burroughs ........... 546
PORTRAIT OF A LITTLE GIRL. Picture from a painting by F. S. Church .............................. 1029
POWDER-HORNS, HISTORICAL MILITARY. (Illustrated by R. A. Grider) .....J. L. Stickt, U. S. N....... 993
PRIZE CUP, THE. (Illustrated by C. M. Relyea)......................... J. T. Trowbridge .......... 550
PRIZE PUZZLE, A. ("A Boston Tea-party.") ............................. Mary Seymour ............ 785
PROBLEM, A. Verse............................ ..... .. .. ............Esther W. Buxton ......... 595
PUSSY MITZ AND DOGGIE SPITZ. Verse. (Illustrated by A. Brennan)..... Laura E. Richards ........ 609
PUssY's LESSON. Verse. (Illustrated by George Varian) .................... Carolyn ennis Leland .... 1049
RAIN SONG. Poem ................... ........ ........... .......... Annie Isabel Willis........ 679
RECOLLECTIONS OF EUGENE FIELD ........................... ..... ..... .Martha Nelson Yenow.ine... 837
RED-BIRD'S MATINS, THE. Poem. (Illustrated by Harry Fenn) ........ H. H. Bennett............ 601
REPORT CONCERNING "A BOSTON TEA-PARTY" PUZZLE. ........................................ 1052
REPORT CONCERNING "THE FAIRY GODMOTHER" PUZZLE ............... ......................... 698
RHYMES OF THE STATES. (Illustrated by Harry Fenn) ................... Garrett Newkirk ..........
Montana ......................... ............. ........................................... 61o
North and South Dakota......................................................... ............ 611
Alaska....................................... ..... .............. .......................... 697
ROMANCE OF THE OLDEN TIME, THE. Verse. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch).. Margaret Frances Mauro .. 918
SAID THE ROSE TO THE PINK. Poem ...................................Louise Chandler Aoulton... 658
SAMANTHA'S SUMMER BOARDERS. (Illustrated by Albertine Randall Wheelan) Agnes Carr Sage.......... 894
SAND-PILE, A. (Illustrated from photographs) ............................ Harry A. Lay ............ 849
SCHOOL A HUNDRED YEARS AGO, AT. (Illustrated) ......................Agnes Repplier .. ........ 901
SCHOOL FOR FIREMEN, A. (Illustrated by the Author) .................... Charles Thaxter Hill ... 776
SHADOW SONG, THE. Poem ............................................M. ga aret Frances Mauro.. 857
SHOOTING-STARS THAT REACH THE EARTH. (Illustrated from photographs) Oliver C. Farrington....... 570
SINDBAD, SMITH & Co. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch) ...................... Albert Stearns............. 578
652, 726, 842, 929, 1038
SKIPPING-ROPE, THE SONG OF THE. Verse. (Illustrated by Albertine Ran- nna Patten 548
dall Wheelan)..: .... .. ................................ .
SMITH, A PARTY BY THE NAME OF ................ .................... Arthur Hoeber ............ 598
SOME WAR COURTESIES. (Illustrated by the Author) ......................H. A. Ogden ............. 604
SONG OF THE SKIPPING-ROPE, THE. Verse. (Illustrated by Albertine Ran- Anna B. Patten..........548
dall W heelan) .............. .............................. ..
SONNET: TO A PURPLE PANSY. Poem ................................... Margaret Frances Mauro... 856
SPRING. Picture, drawn by M. A. Cowles ................................. ............ ......... 545
SPRING HAS COME ACROSS THE FARM. Poem ............................Isaac A. Pool ............. 691
SPRING HOUSE-CLEANING. Verse. (Illustrated by the Author)............ .Margaret Johnson ......... 596
STORMS. Verse ..................... ....................... ......... Mary Elizabeth Stone...... 745
STORY OF ADMIRAL FARRAGUT, A. (Illustrated by T. de Thulstrup and
from a photograph) .................................. ...... ....) Charles H. Border ......... 762
STROLL IN THE GARDEN OF ENGLAND, A. (Illustrated from photographs). .John M. Ellicott .......... 560
SWEET CONFIDENCE. Verse. (Illustrated by George Varian) .............. Thomas B. Chrystal....... 608
SWORDMAKER'S SON, THE. (Illustrated by George Varian) ................ William O. Stoddard. ..... 586
672, 746, 818, 906, ioo6
TALKS WITH BOYS AND GIRLS ABOUT THEMSELVES. (Illustrated) ......... Mrs. M. Bernard. .649, 949, 999
TEN JOLLY BROTHERS. Verse. (Illustrated by the Author) ................ Lizbeth B. Comins ......... 1050
THEIR HATS. Verse. (Illlustrated by C. M. Relyea)...................... Mary Elizabeth Stone ...... 840
THIMBLE, THE. Verse. (Illustrated by Albertine Randall Wheelan)......... Laura E. Richards......... 1048







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THREAD, THE. Verse. (Illustrated by Albertine Randall Wheelan)........ Laura E. Richards ........ 873
THREE LITTLE SCIENTISTS. Verse. (Illustrated by Albert D. Blashfield) .... A. Blashfield .......... 961
THREE WISE OWLS, THE. Jingle. (Illustrated by the Author)............. John Bennett ............. 992
To A SPARROW. Poem....... .... ....................... ..... ......Margaret Frances Mauro 1. 857
TOBY HINKLE, PATRIOT. (Illustrated by C. M. Relyea) .................... Pauline Wesley ...........:. 732
To CLOVERLY. Verse. (Illustrated and engrossed by the Author) ......... Margaret Johnson ......... 686
ToMMY'S IDEA. Picture, drawn by E. W. Kemble ............... ................................ 663
TORPEDO-BOATS, THE TRICKS OF. (Illustrated by I. W. Taber)......... .Ernest Ingersoll............ 864
TRAGIC INCIDENT, A. Picture, drawn by H. M. Walcott .................... .................... 745
TRICKS OF TORPEDO-BOATS, THE. (Illustrated by I. W. Taber)........... Ernest Ingersoll............ 864
TRYING A WHEEL. Jingle. (Illustrated and engrossed by Albertine Randall Dorothy G. Rice .......... 660
W heelan) ............... ........................................
TURTLE-BACK FERRY. Picture, drawn by E. Warde Blaisdell, Jr ...................................... 981
Two PICTURES. Verse...... .... ................ ................. Laura E. Richards ...... 607
UNCLE TED'S MASCOT. (Illustrated by C. T. Hill) ...................... Virginia Van de Water ..... 680
UNKNOWN BIRD, THE. Poem.......... ........................ Margaret Frances Mauro... 963
UPON A DULL AND CLOUDY DAY. Poem. (Illustrated by the Author).. .Margaret Johnson ...... .. 904
VEGETA LE OGRE, A. (Illustrated by Harry Fenn) .............. ........Eustace B. Rogers. ........ 982
VERY GOOD FRIENDS, THE. Verse. (Illustrated by Albertine Randall C/ancey C. Je s.
W heelan) .......................... ............ ....... .......... )
I. Organization........................... ............................. ..................... 784
II. At Play ................................... .......... ............ .................. 870
III. At School .................................................... ...... ................... 871
IV. They Travel Abroad ..................................................................... 1046
V. They All Fall Sick......................... ................. .................... ........1047
VERY WILD FLOWER, A. Verse. (Illustrated by Oliver Herford)... ... Mildred HIowells .......... 738
VEXED QUESTION, A. Verse ..................... ......................Ella Johnson Kerr .........1031
WAR COURTESIES, SOME. (Illustrated by the Author) ..................... H. A. Ogden ............. 604
WARRIOR BOLD, A. Picture, drawn by Harry B. Neilson .................... ........ ............... 1045
WEATHER RECEIPT, A. Verse ..........................................A nna M. Pratt........... 671
WESTMINSTER ABBEY, OUT-OF-THE-WAY CORNERS IN. (Illustrated by Jo-
seph Pennell and F. M. Du Mond) ........... ................ Max Benne. Trasler 884
WHAT MARGERY SAW. Poem. (Illustrated by George Varian)............. Guy Wetmore Carryl ...... 883
WHAT THE BUGLE TELLS ON A WAR-SHIP. (Illustrated by I. W. Taber). .John H. Ellicott ......... 624
WHAT THE STARS AND STRIPES MEAN. Pictures, drawn by H. L. Bridwell ...................... 782, 783
WHEN THE COWS COME HOME. Poem. (Illustrated by C. T. Hill)....... Duncan Campbell Scott .... 648
WHY CHERRIES GROW. Verse. .......... ............ .......... ......... Clinton Scollard ........... 725
WORD FOR THE OLD FOURTHS, A. Verse. (Illustrated by Louis Loeb)... Charles Henry Webb ....... 756

FRONTISPIECES.

"She Clung to the Doorway and Watched the Wild Flight," by C. M. Relyea, page 530- The Wood
Dove," by Harry Allchin, page 618 -" Held by the Enemy," by J. H. Dolph, page 706 The Czar Turned
in his Chair, and Watched Her," by C. M. Relyea, page 794-" What Margery Saw," by George Varian, page 882
-" Katrinka," by George Wharton Edwards, page 970.

DEPARTMENTS.
FOR VERY LITTLE FOLK. (Illustrated.)
Paper-doll Poems .............................................Pauline King............ 693
The Animals of Berne ..............................................Pauline King ............. 787
PLAYS AND MUSIC.
E R K-A-BY L Y Words by Eugene Field... 874
TH Music by A. M. Smith ... .
THE LETTER-BOX. (Illustrated) ............................... ............. 612, 701, 788, 875, 964, 1054
THE RIDDLE-BOX. (Illustrated) .............................................. 615, 703, 791, 879, 967, 1055
E DITORIAL N OTES ......................................... ...................... 876, 964, 1054




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