A HOMIIV TO YOUNG MEN. Boys, learn trades. Young man, do something; make yourself useful in life. Don't imagine that a delicate cane, a ten cent cigar and a paper-collar paper-collar make a man. Your existence is worth something, if you will make it so; you can render it worse than a blank by becoming a lounging, useless encumbrance of the earth; a thing possessing all the baser passions of man, but with the nobler qualities which declare his kinship to Deity uncultivated un-cultivated and undeveloped. Suppose you live an aimless, fruitless life, with no higher aspiratiou than to be stared at or to impudently stare at others, wouldn't you be a nice object after a while for a fond, trusting woman to call husDand; and a loving, loveabie, lisping child to call father ! Be something ! Do something ! Be a blacksmith, a carpenter, a bricklayer, a farmer, a tanner, a shoemaker anything, any-thing, so you learn to be self-dependent and make yourself useful in the world; and if any of your young lady aco uaintances turn up their noses at you for being a mechanic, let the n. Ignorance is the author of pride; and it is because they are ignorant and you Have rLen above them into the realms of usefulness, thai they cannot appreciate your true worth. And wnatever you begin to do, put forth all your strength of mind to it, that it may be well done. The country is cursed to an extent with aimless, useless, use-less, would be gentlumeu, who do not kiio that the truest gentleman may : n ne wno- hands are toil-hardened iind bit, manly strength developed by "aoor. Half-educated doctors, lawyers, law-yers, and 60 called professionals are numerous as fl.es around a cook-shop. Tuey are ever seeking employment, because they cannot do anyihing well. Weir tbey farmers, or miners, or mechanics, me-chanics, they might be good citizens and useful members of society; but being really incapable of anything truly useful they often become if sharp sharpers, and try to live by low cunning, which they mistake for brains. Here in Utah there is an abundance of boys, fat growing into young men, as well ea of grr'n Tv-xAy hwomine' young ladies. Boys, are you better than your fathers ? They have made this Territory what it is out of a wilderness. wil-derness. Look at your comfortable homes and their pleasant surroundings, and then go out to a sage plain, without with-out friends, without capital, and almost without tools, and ask yourselves if you are in training to perform the same work there, or one equally worthy. Yet with their example before you, with their experience to guide you, and with their counsel and assistance, you should be able to accomplish greater labors for good than even they have accomplished. Get education ; all you can of it, and use it wisely. Make yourselves great and famous, if you so desire and have the ability ; but first learn to do something some-thing useful, something that will show your mission in life has not been utterly Talueless and impotent, and that you have improved the powers with which you have been endowed.