The attenclauce at the meeting to 3ousider the raisiug of funds to assist the cyclone sufEerers of Oakland oonnty, held last Friday evening, was neither large nor enthusiastic. C. E. Hiscook presided in the absence of Mayor Walker, and O. H. Butterfield acted as secretary. H. J. Brown, treasurer of the fund, raised to assist the Ironwood miners two years ago, stated that he had $202.45 in his possession left over from that fund. This it was resolved to send at once to Gov. Rich foi the nyclone sufferers. On motion of Col. H. S. Dean, a committee of seven was appointed to niake a systematic cauvass of the city as follows: H. J. Brown, chairman aud treasnrer, T. J. Keech, Evart H. Soort, John Heinzmana, H. S. Dean, Eli W. Moore, C. E. Hiscock.