"If I only had capital," we heard a young man fap a í'cw daysago ashcpuffed away at a ten-cent oigar, I would do somothing." " If I only liad capitel," said anqtljtír us he walked away froin a dram-shóp whero he had just. pajíftflü cents f'or a drink, "I would go into businaes." The samo lemark mj;)it Kave bcoñi hoard teom a young man loañiig on in' Btreet-oornor. Youiig man with t!n i ■- gar, you aro Bmoking away youv cajtal. Vuu'tVom tho dra-ru-ahop are ilrinking yours and deptroying your at ir samo time. And you on tho streot-cornor aro wasting yours in idlencss and forming bad habité. Dimes mako dollars. Time is mom y, Don't wait for a fortui'-'1 'ó begin wiíli, If yon liad ten thousand dolíais a year uncí Bpent it all, you would bo poor stUl. Üur men of power and influonco did jiot start with fortunes, bu saved thóirpcii. nies and pliunnpl iill Itafl habits. Yon too can makt; yoúr mark if you will. 1 ; u t you must stop spending your money f.what you don't need, and siiuam! your timo itl. idleuess. i Moro than enougli capital is dissipateCt by workingmon to make tliem woll off. Twö groat men mot at St.' Louis the OtLer day - Dan Kico, tho Euiperor of tb ■ Ciñue, and U. S. Grant, Dictator of th Ku-Klux. The one has become enunw for sayings, aud thu utluv emiucut fi his duings.