Come, farmers, with your Diirham cows, lour sheop ana euttle, pigs and eows, 'mr eaglnesand your pluwe, ro the grand Ann Arbor fair. Bringon your family, everv one, i youngest and the oldest sou. , 5e? whllt Washteoaw has done And thegreat crowd at the fair. lalies, in your best array , Witn flowers and pictures bright and gay, And spend a Ion, sweet, happy day VS ith kind frienda at A un Arbor. Come froin raany a rural home, Vonng men a ml maidens on, Sinélng u happy lover's song. Drlvlng to Ann Arber fair. Brins on your mellow peaehes sweet, w" um"1? and S"Kar all complete. ,V 'th a11 that'e rtoh and good to eat, Where crowds feast at the fair. Come, students, and professors too, And see the working farmers true, , What uian and nature's done for you On neb tlelds rouod Ann Arbor. Men of all partieeare inyited. Rural joy and pcaee united, In fnendship to go home deliphted Wnh new pleasure from the fair. Come, Scotehmen. sin(?ing"Aum Lantt Syne": Ireland, the"Rattle of tbe Boyne": Germaus, "Sweet Binden on the Khine"; All nations, to Ana Arbor. T!ia SBnry" l3rinK grand Durhara stock: ml ,, Sliaron's rosu report; lhe VVoods, your best merino nock; liird, sinK on grapes and peiiches. Come, fliers tbe Huron's banks, 1-rtst trotters in the foreianst ranks, i.ike liudd Dol.ie drivIngNanoy Hanks In two-eight to Ann Arbor. Bring on your wheat, so plump and new ; Wur cora and oais and barley too, lhe nigfiest pumpkinö ever gxew On Ann Arbor's rolling hills. Come, great attorneys at the law. And the best preachers that can draw, And bring the crowds of Washtenaw In thousands to Ann Arbor. Come poets, every heart consoling, Life, beauty and love extolling, With "eyes in a fine frenzy rolling," Rejoicing to An Arbor. Come, great orators of renown, The best writers in the county town, nd you may get ten dollars down For booming ud Ann Arbor. Tpsilanti, Sept. 9, 1892.