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' The following from the Phil.
. Evening Bulletin of April 1C, we
transfer to our pages, as ttorthy of
special attention It cannot be read
too much or by too many,
j The Pennsylvania Journal of Prison
Discipline for April, contains an article
iliscnssing Juvenile Delinquency. Six
prominent causes of crime, operati ve
on children in cities, are enumerated.
First, and chiefly is drunkenness.
Second, the absence of education and
industrial training Third, the want
of decent and comfortable homes.
Fourth, the demoralizing influences
of cheap theatres, fire companies, and
the liberty to dispose of the whole, or
a considerable part of their earnings.
Fifth, the example, instruction, or
1 orders of vicious parents. Sixth, the
connivauce or co-operation of receiv
ers of stolen goods,
f Of these various causes the mos
potential, in our opinion, is the second.
In it indeed all the others are .contain-
led. It is the parent 6tem, from which
the rest are offshoots ; they are but
its developelnents,. its bud, blossom
and fruit. Fur. under the head of
r . w -
etlncation. we include moral culture
as well as intellectual training; ant
i j ..... .... .. .
, if jl. child- in addition to these, is
' tanght habits of industry, it can no
- 'well become vicious. Neither drunk
enness nor a taste for low theatres, nor
an unliappy home, nor the ruuning
with fire , companies, nor theft, nor
crime in ereneral.-can be rationally ex
pected of a boy thus trained; but
I may be almost certainly looked lor,
tarhen the lad has not had such early
morale intellectual and industrial dis
, i The prevention of juvenile delin
quency, considered in a broad and
-general aspect, narrows itelf down,
therefore, to the home trainiug of
routli. If a child is properly brought
iti, the chances that he will turn out
a good juember of society, are a hun
dred to one. The first thing, conse
quently, is, that-parents should them
selves be reputable. But often parents
who are moral themselves, neglect the
proper discipline of their offspring.
Asrwe remarked, in a former article
on this subject, the fashion of the age
has tended to leave the moral culture,
of children too much to Sunday
School and other teachers: yet the
mly plate where a child can be ef
fectively taught habits of integrity is
the household. Constant watchful
ness over him, joined to thorough
knowledge of his character, and assis-
ted by judicious affection, will alone
trairy a child up aright, and no per
! son -but n parent (generally the moth
er is the best person) can maintain
(.this incessant supervision, and ex
ercise this careful, bntnecessary ming
ling of love and firmness. Conse
quently one great cause of juvenile
delinquency, because a principal cause
of the neglect of education and indus
trial training, which alone can make
. i - ' ...
tne young good citizens,
Where a child has jjot reputable
parents, its chance of grovvitrg up
honestly is but small. ".You cannot
gather figs from thorns," says the
Bible, "nor grapes from thistles."
Few persons have any idea how
largo is the number of children, with
out proper parents or homes in mod
em cities. In the Eleventh Ward of
New York, for example, there are
live thousand destitute of education,
and nine thousand who are never
taken to any church, and as the giv
ing an education to a child, or the
habituating him to someform of pub
lic worship, usually characterizes pro
per parents, it may. be inferred that at
least five thousand, the lowest num
ber, are without good and moral train
ing. Again in New York alone, ten
thousand children - are vagrants.
Neither Philadelphia' nor Boston is
ns lfd asNew Ytfrk. But tliesQ facts
show that even here the number of
children, without correct moral, in
tellectual; and industrial training,
mut 1 frightful... Can we wonder
that juvenile delinquency is on the
; increase .' Is it any longer a subject
' of amarement that crime exhibits a
1 steady annual growth ? With ona
solitary llouse of Refuge, on one side
j and hundreds, perhaps " thousands of
parentsWvho neglect their children, on
he other, who can be astonished that
Juvenile . delinquency makes steady
progress? and, like the avalanche
gathering strength as it goes, swells
into adult crime, and threatens to
swep society before it.
' 1 The natural question is what can
be done? The Journal of. Prison
Jiscipline suggests that the State, or
city, should have the right to re
move children from vicious parents,
and tram them up at the exjense H
the Omimon wealth, or muiii.eipality
This is good advice, and- should be
I flc(rl on. It may Fcem,at , first, a
Uwdlv proceed nir. But .a little ,re-
flection will show that it is cheaper to
L .-' ... .
prevent crime man lopunisnu; since
it costs5 thrice ns 'much to detect and
keep a convict, as to train a child. Yet
even this will not entirely cure the
evil. There are hundreds of home, in
whif fdiildren art nptrlcotctl. but not
s ufficiently lo warrant, their removal
Most crime, indeed, may be traced to
a childhood spent in such households.
The disease is a moral cancer in socie
ty, schirrous on the outside,- inside
stretching its hideous arms far. out of
sight : and but one panacea there is,
which can search out its roots in the
character of the parents, and extirpate
them. t-We need not say we allude to
Christianity. Modern society wants
more religion. Whether the Church
has not bone her duty, or whether
materialism has gapped the general
faith, we will not pretend to assert;
but the fact is that, write as we may
about the causes of crime, the decline
of religion is the foundation of all.
Some may call this cant. We wish
we could think it -was. for then we
should ;h a ve hope for society, which
we confess we cannot have, amid the
increasing demoralization. We be-
lieve, as firmly s we believe in . our
own existence, that unless the Church
wakes up, and, like its divine founder
and his disciples, "consorts with pub
1 - I
licans and sinners, "goes out into
the hisrhwavs and hedges." all is Jbst
because careless mothers will: train up
vicious children faster, a hundred
fold, than Houses of Kefuge, were
they even vastly multiplied, can re-!
lonn tnem. Ann oy tne Liiurcn we
mean, not any'one sect, but all sects;
not visible bodies of worshippers
alone, but all who believe in the ber-
mon on the Mount.
It isjparentar neglect, rathor than
youthful sin, we thus .see, which is
the real evil of the age. Philantrop
ists declaiming against fireeompanies,
temuerance lecturers denouncing tav-
erns. and nreachers deliverinsr nhilio-
& a i
nics asrainst bad books ami theatres.
only attack the effects, not the cause,
1 1 ! ..I
ana are engrossed m cmoomg at tne
fruit, when tlicy should lay the axe
to the tree. It thev would cease iol-
lowinsr lliose false scents, and track
the wolf home to-his den they would
find the monster in weak mothers, in
careless fathers, aud generally in
parents indifferent to' their parental
responsibilities. The devil to be cast
oiit is tlmt very dtvil none other
and he is a worse devil to get at than
any, or all, of the others. rJut while
he remains in possession, ttare is no
chance for peace or safety, Who will
ire mm lortn c Legisiators can
not doit v t'i twice tea thonsar.d
laws. Philanthropists cannot do it
with legions even of Houses of Correc
tion, i he Lhurch alone, Uiat is,
Christianity, can exorcise the evil
spirit. When formalism and cant
gve way to the pure Gospel, or spir
itually succeeds the materialism now
soj prevalent in society, we may look
or a .radical reform ot in venue del in-
quency, and for a consequent decrease
in crime. Uut till -then a 1 we do
will but palliate, not cure the dis
ease, lo extirpate the evil we must
cauterize its roots away, and this we
can .euVet by no philantropic institu
tions "whatever, but by a social and
mpral.relbrni, such as the Church
alone can bring about.
Let every one, however, work-
he Church in her place. nhilanthroD-
ists in theirs. Societv is i Jha fP
ho, harvest, and alas ! the laborers
, i .1. . .
have the relebrateil
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A Robeson; ooiintv nogro died of
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i THE CNUINE 1
DE. C HoLANE'S
!- FOU THE CURE OF
Hepatitis, or Liver Complaint,
DVfcrRfMA AMD SICK HEADACftB.
1 ' i
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
PAIN in the right side, under the
edge of the ribs, increases on pres
sure; sometimes the pain is in theleft
side; the paiient is rarely able to lie
on the left side ; sometimes the pam is
felt under the shoulder blade, and it
frequently extends to the top ofjthe
shoulder, and is sometimes mistaken
for rheumatism in' the arm. The
stomach is affected with loss of
tite and sickness: the bowels in rfpnJ
eral are costive, sometimes alternative j
with lax; the head is troubled yithj
pain, accompanied with a dull, heavy i
sensation in the back part, 'lliere is I
generally a considerable loss of mem
ory, accompanied with a painful scn-i
r- i r i iv i 1 ii
r sation br having left undone some-!
"uu V , uu 8,lt lo iavc ueen aqne.
A slight, dry cough is sometimes! an
attendant The jwtient complain of
weariness and debility; he is eakilyi
startled, his feet are cold or burning, i
and he complains cf a prickly sensa
tion of the skin; his spirits are low;
and although he is sitisfTed that exer- b
cise. would be beneficial to him, jyetj
he can scarcely summon up fortitude!;
enough to try it. In fact, he distrusts I
every remedy. Several of the atxve i
symptoms attend the disease, but cakes 1 1
nave occurrcil u lcre lew of them ex
isted, yet examination -of the body,
after death, has shown the. i.ivkr to
have been extensively deranged, j
AGUE AX!) FEVER, j
Dr. C- McLaxi.'s I.ivr.R PilijjJin
cases of Ar:i'K and I'i.vkr, wMen
taken w ith Quinine, are prodiiclivelof
the mosfluippy results. No better
cathartic can be used, preparatory (to,
or after taking Quinine. We would
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For all bilious derangements, and; as
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the sijpia:ur of C. McU.k znd Vlemg
Bros, un the wrappers. j
Iiwst ujon having the genuine DsJc.
McLaxe's Liver I'm.i.s, prepared ly Vlcin
ingIJros.,'of I'itrsburgh, Pa., the market hemg
full of imitations of the name Jlctae,
spelled differently but same pronunciation.
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Headache is generally curvd in twenty mi.ititcs,
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EY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Price 25 Cents and SLQO
j The fatality of Consumption or Throat and
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C E RrriI O A'.rES :
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Administrators, executors, cdnnni$sioners, sheriffs, constables, agents, c., are advised'0
call on us for printed sale notices, j It . is certainly great injustice to owners tojtut up
their property at public auction Without first giving ample notice of the sale. TM re
quirements of the law on the subject every body knows are insufficient. Property H
often sacrificed from this caulc wljen a dollar or two sjient in advertising might
saved it and made it bring iff valdc. We furnish sale notices promptly and cheap, fs
EAD ! ! !
Try, an be convinced That it ia much
Cheaper, Bitter and more coBvemnt to tine
''Barklry & Iliwon'i Enlrrpriic Pore Boait
td Coffee," I t
which thousands of families are now tiing ex-
clusivelv. Call on your Grocer, and try a
nackase of Barklev & Hasson's Enter
prise . Eoasted Coffee, where jou will get
aatixfaction or your raon-y r efunded, j
Foraale by All Oroceis, and Mfnnfactnred
by BARK LEY & HAJ'SOX,
2d.-2m Baltimore, Mu.
To make Title to Land, and Laborer and
Mechanics- Liens, for sale at jthia Office
NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE
FOR THE WATCHMAN
0 Octaves, 13 Stops, 2 Knee Swells, for $55. :
hen bod ft. iT,
ty Crtnd ftiu1,""!-
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Buy only the
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Only Cewins Machin
77?e S mju'-st, the Xott Tar-j
ai: uti m i," f ? y he< it j
amilyl Sewing Machinal
- MISS M. RUTLEDGEj
AKS. 11. N. lKl(iLl
S; lifibnry, N. C, May 22d, 1872i
Wheeler & Wilson, Wilcox & Gibbs, Sewing jjh-
for all of them. It will do all that i claimed lata
others I have evereen. . j
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