Keep Moving. Don't stand there, young man with your fingers in your mouth, moping over your bad luck, but hold up your head like a man; kick dull care to the winds and show that you are not made for a prop to hold up the buildings. What if your last copper has burnt a hole through your pocket and you know not where your next meal is coming from, remember you cannot recommend yourself to the notice of those who need your labor by wearing a downcast look and biting your finger nails. Kick up a dust and you may be something yet. If you are disposed to work you cannot remain idle long. Be not too particular. If you can't get high wages take the best offer you can get, and don't stand around the street like a very Ioafer, a single moment longer. If nobody will hire you shove off into the country, work for your board and go to school through the fall and winter, and when spring comes, maybe you will be prepared to cut a figure in the world. By all means keep moving. - Maine Inquirer.