Physical laziness is one of the most iV struci i ve vices of the age. It causes weak, flabby, "sposhy " bodies, -which are alwnys get.ting out of sorts, and are so wcak that a strong mind is completely thrown away upon one. In fact, a strong mind in a weak body is like a superior knifeblade in a woak and miserable handle. lts worknianship may be ever so finished, ite temper ever so true, its edge ever go keen, btu for wnnt of means to wield it properly, it will not out to much purpose. Ambitious youths, who intend to carve out fame and fortuno with their sharp intellects, should think of this dmilr, and see to it that their bodies - the batidles whereby they are to manage that wonderful weapon, tho human mind - are kopt in a sound-jointed.firmly-iivetod, J ly-cleans#d condirion.