Many of our citizens will remember Dr. Chas. Ryan, now of Jackson, who was in Dr. Copeland's office Jast year and bad host.-: of friends bere. He ia a on of Presiding Eider Ryan of the M. 3. chnrch. He enlisted as a private in ;he 31st Michigan and bis esperiences are tbns detailed in a dispatch frora Chiokamanga: "Dr. Chas. Kyari, of Jackson, who ame ont as a private with the 3ls Miobigan, and was tben transferred against bis wishes to the división anijulance corps, has been discharged. When the discharge oame Satarday ha gave a shoat of joy and rnade preparaions to leave camp on the nest train. Dr. Ryan has particnlarly jnst oanse o oomplaiu about bis treatment in the rmy. Becanse he objected to the Tansfer from bis home regiment to the egnlar army hospital service he was pnt.atmenial labor, instead of being rat in the hospistal where he oould do he most good. The thought of an Ann Arbor gradúate and a practioing physician digging sinks and handling inuies wDiJe men were uying from lack of medical attendance is pecnliarly exaspetating to tbose with tbe arruy and eoine spirited correspondence passed between Col. Gardeuer and the doctors over the Ryan oase.