A recent editorial in the Boston Herald gives the following interesting statistics regarding the growth of the United States during a period of forty years; in 1860 the population was 31,443,321, and in 1900 76,303,387.
IT may be asked: "Why does the United States need any more islands in the West Indies?
A custom of our church, First Church of Christ, Scientist, since 1897, has been to send a yearly offering to the Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston, Mass.
It is not wealth I'd wish for thee, dear friend,Nor fame, nor power thy destinies to bendTo suit thy will; nor love, nor peace, nor joy,Nor health, nor e'en content without alloy.
The January Success contains an interesting article showing what may be produced from a number of bars of iron, one each being placed in the hands of various mechanics.