JScv. Wm.Kirkus, iu N. O. Ïimcs-Deraoerat. CMldven aro human beiiigs. We lot dismiss tlicm iVom our liomes and our liearts as cats eau scratch away their grown up kittens, or birds turn their fledglings out of the nest. We must retain our superiority. We must, indeed, supersede law by advice, discipline, by good example and high per sonal honor. Uut we can never bccomo strangers to our children. The time never gomes whon we can say: I have given you a good education. 1 have supplied you with money. I have set you up in business, and now I have done with you. We must retain our high position, so that the first thought of our child shall be - in joy or grief, success or failure, virtue or sin "I vill arise and go to my father."