Mrs. Anna B. Baoh is in reoeipt of the two following letters whioh show how rnucb tbe medicinal SDpplies sent to Cbiokamatiga by tbe Soldiers' Aid Society of tbis city are appreciated by tbe recipients: Leiter, U. S. A., General Hospital, Chickamanga, Ang. 20, 1898. Anna B. Baob, Pres. Soldiers' Aid Sooiety, Ann Arbor, Mioh. : Madam, - I have the honor to aoknowledge reoeipt of your donation for ose of soldier patients in tbis hospital, to thank you for the same, and to say that yonr gift is approoiated very ruuoh. Respeotfully, E C. CARTER, Major and Surgeon U. S. Volunteers, Comtuanding. Headquarters Co. A, Thirty-First Mioh., Vol. Inf., Camp Thomas, Ga., Ang. 11, 1898. Mrs. Bacb, Pres. Soldiers' Aid Society: Yonr favor of the 8th received; also the medicine. We very inueh needed the qninine, it is so rainy and damp down here. We can now give eaoh of the boys a tablet night and morning. This, we think, will ward off fevers and colds. We are deeply grateful to the Soldiers' Aid Sooiety for its kindness, and I assnre you we all appreciate your efforts and those of our friends in our behalf. Very truly yonrs, Capt. Thirty-First Mioh. Val. Inf.; Co oinianding Co. A.