Millmer as he may lie callea, ís th ruler of fashiou. It is the dream o every girl in America, who wants to b a leading belle, to get her dresses fron Worth. 'Worth himself a an English man, but has now been living so long in Paris that he has become a Frenchman Perhaps the outside world in genera has never realized what a thorough ar tist he is. His creations will bear no only the severest critique botli as to ar and to historical lore, hut he ia especial! gifted with an eye that sees and know how to bring out efJ'ectively every at tractive grace in the figure and face o the person under his hands. His atel iers, workshops occupy three floor round a large court yard and crowning the top of the house ia a photographic studio, as every new creation in dresse that leaves his establishment is photo graphed. Redly the firelight shincs through the room Chasiiin away all the shadow and gloom; I-iight-hearted children are prattling in glee; Father is as happy as can be, For the wife and mother who suffered ro long Is getting her her health back and soon wi be strong, And Who is so happy as she is to-night, As she thinks of the shadow that's taken It flightthe sliadow of disease that darkens s inany homes, aud niakes the life of wif and mother one of terrible suffering How pleased we are to know that at las a remedy has been found for all thos delicate derangements and weaknesse peculiar to wuinen. It comes to cheer jess homes with "glad tidings of grea jnv."l)r. Pierce's Favorito Perscriptioi lias done for women what no other rem oily has done, or can do, and it is not t be wondered at that women who hav been cured ly it are so enthsiaatic in it praise. It is the only medicine fo women sold, by druggists, under a posi Uve guarantee from the manufacturar of sa'tisi'actinn, or money returned.