We are glad to say to our readers that the iudications point to another successful fair f or the Washtenaw County Agricultural and Horticiütural Society for September 24, 25, 36 and 27. There are no reasons why the reputation the fair has gained iu the past shall not be niaintaiued iu the future. Washteuaw county still stauds first iu everything, accordiug to the report of the secretary of state. The society pays liberal premiums and pays them proinptly. They have the support of the best farmers and business meu of the county. The success of any euterprise depends alruost entirely on the support of its frieuds. The liberality and confidenoe shown by the people of Ann Arbor, not only guarantee the finaucial part of the fair, but the exhibit also. The leadiug business men of Ann Arbor are offering liberal special premiums to the value of hundreds of dollars, besides what is offered by the society. Last year school day was considered the day of the fair ; this year it looks as though it woulyd be the crowning glory of the big days. The schools of the county, the scohol board, teachers and pupils are determined to inake it a success and of lastiug benefit. The society is forming the uucleus for libraries in the country schools, several hundrecl dollars are to be giveu iu prizes for school exhibits; premunís are so arranged that all of the different schools in the county cao co mpete without conflicting with the large schools. Thursday, Sepember 26, is woman's day, the,) having the entire charge of the day. The women of Washteuaw are noted for making a success of anything they uudertake. They will both instruct and entertain you. Every man in the county will want to be there. There will be fine track entertainment every day, trotting, pacing, running, bicycle races, etc.