We have only room o sny that onr eigh'.h Anniversary has been Ihe best ttcntled and the most ijiteresting of the wholp. Tlio Conrt House was wel) fillcd du rÃo the dny and crowded in llio evenings. The Conveution adjonrncd Th:irsday niglit. Messrs. (JlovelandBirney, Stcwarf, West, Fitch, ami olhers addressed the nssembliea. We think oÃ' pubii&bing eome notes of iheir rennrks, as soon as ve can wriÃe them out. Tlie utmost unanimiÃy of spirit and good feeling prevailedCCTiig anniversnries have occupied our time so;Tiil]y duriiÃg the week, ihat w havo been umble to fmh or usual "amount of Bdi'.orin) matter. Next week we 6hnll endeavor to di justice to our coirespoudents, Ã¼nd_brif up the record of the times. (tTlie lovers ofgenuine poelry canfina a specimen ofthat rare arricie on the first page, feom our nuble hearted friend, J. 'O. Wbittier. Tlic prodnetion is an honor to IÃ±ff heart as well as his intellect, :.;â .'; (JJWe hope our friÃ³n ds in the tliird Congressional District will fcel thc importanct; of an immcdiate organizaron in every county. - Especially should the first District Convention be fu jl. A general attondance will render ihe' members famiÃiar u-ith cacli otl'er's countenances and feeÃ¼ngF, and thus prepare the ivny Ibr united aud etficient co-operation. It is important that our friends become acquainted with each other. It is the only means of inducing mutual confidence. We cannot nave confnlence m those w!)om we do not know. - Let the first convention, then, bc full and epirited. The cali of the Committee will be fouaS in a nother column.