TIic ladieíof the Aun Arbor Soldier' Aid Society have beefi indusíriously - gaged fjr two wceka past in thcir room Ágrictihnwl Mal!- and at thcir houses, pteparihg elotlihig iu responso tothe loud cali roeently made by tho Sanitary Cominittc::. Donations id money and goods liaro tbus far' been liberally made, and many who bave neitbcr of these to give, have offered tbeir time and labor, whicli are cqually acccptiible. So prompt bas been the response to tho first salí, we hope to have our box rt?ady to send away early the coming week. Others should follow soon as possible, and that this may be accomplished wa must bave more assistance. Wo calF upon all patriotic citizens. Ladies, coma with what you have to gfve. You who have nothing, como with your needles,. thímblea and" seissors. Gentlemen wè' aro not exclusivo, your money donations are necdod to keep us bnsy. Thcy wihi be received by the Trcasurer at the Society's room, Tucsday, Thursday and Friday affernoons, or if more convenient, will be safe in the box in the Post Office. For the generous contributions already mado tbrough this medium, many sick and wounded soldiers, will give thanks. If the ladies ih the townships in the vicinify of Ann Arbor, wish to form similor s'tcieties, and becoine auxilaries to to this, they can do so, aud have full credit for their donations. The articles mostly needed are pillows, pillow cases, bed spreads, sheets, drawers, undershirts, bed-gowns, fruits, dried or in cans, cushious for wounded limbs, linen or cotton bandages, and games for the amusement of convalescent soldiers. The ladies of this society will bo happy to impart any knowledge they have acquircd since its formation to any aud all who have not liad like experieuce. Any communicalion to tho society slnuld be directed to Miss Louisa Ormsbt. Sec.