My dreBs is of fine polished oak, As rich as the finest fur cloak, And for handaome design You just should see mine- No. 9, No. 9. I'm beloved by the poor and the rich, For both I impartially stitch ; In the cabin I shine, In the mansión I'm fine - lío. 9, No. 9. I never get surly nor tired, With zeal I ahvays am fired ; ' To hard work I incline, For rest I ne'er piue - No. 9, Xo. 9. I ain easüy purchased by all, With instalmeijts that monthly do fall; And when I am thine, Then life Is benigu- No. 9, No. 9. To the Paris Exposition 1 went, Upon getting the Grand Prize intent; I lef l all behind, The Grand Prize was mine- No. 9, No. 9. At the Universal Exposition of 18S9, at Paris, Franee, tbe best sewing machines of the world, iucluding those of America, were in competition. TIn y were passed upon bv a jury eomposed of the best foreign mechanica! experts, two of whom were the leading sewing machine manufacturera of Franco. Thisjury, ufter exhaustive exaniination and tests, adjudged that the Wheeler & Wilson machines were the best of all, and awarded that company Ihe highest prir.e offered- the GRAM) 1'llIZ"- giving other companies only gold, 8ilver and bronze medals. The French goverument, as a further recosnition of superiority, decorated Kr. Kathaniol Wheeler, president of the company. with the Cross of the Legión of Honor- the most priiod honor of Franee. The íío. 9, for family use, and the No. 12, for ïnimnfacturing uses, are the best in the world today. ... And now, when yo wiint a bcwíiik machine, ir yon du not get the' best it will be your ov.-n fault. sk your sewing machine dealer for tbe No. II Wheeler í Wilson machino. H hn doean' them, wriic to us for descriptivo catalogue iuio lerms. Acpp's wanted in all nnoceupied terrltory. WilEELEK & Vi:.s:-N MPO. C FOR SALE BY Michael Staebler. Ann Arbor, Mich.