The weatherclerk certainly has no interest in the Washtenaw County Agriculuiral aLd Horticuiiural Society or he would provide better weather for the days on which its fairs are held. When the spring fair was held ït raiued incessantly, and the weather this week, when [the thirty ninth annual fair is being held is but little better. Tuesday, the first day, a drizzling rain eet in the morning and contiuued all day, and to ranke it still worse it grew uncomfortably oold. While it has not raiued since, it has continued cloudy and kept growing colder. As t i, however, there is one of the finest displays in all departments, ever seen on these grounds, though a greater number of enfries has been made. Despite the inclemency of the weather on the first day there were a larger number of entries than ever before on that day, and had the seoond day opened pleasant the number of entries would have far exceeded those of preTÍ0U8 years. The attendance yesterday was hardly up to the average. Today and tomirrow will be tne big days, and a large attendance is expected. An excellent lot of horses have been entered for the races and some good time will be made. Friday afternoon Gov. Luce will be Dresent and teil the people what he knows about farming, and no doubt a multitude will be in attendance to hear him, weather permitting.