To the PeoplO In General. A small house in our city was burned on Wednes i;iy rnorning, and witb it all the household goode of a poor fiiiiulj' named Jacobua. There are a number of cbildren in the family dependent on their mother, a worthy woman, for Bupport. She was awuy, washing for meana to auppïy their wants, at the time, and on her return fotind her al (really h'ttk, but much to her) gone, and she hac not where to lay her head. Can I not appeal to the moie fortúnate onea of our city to lend a helpinghand in making this family comfortable for the winter? A I it that some might easily spare wou ld be a great help to them. Mouey, olothing bedding, furniture, provisión, &c,would be acceptable. As it in not yet known whero their future abode will be, I will tmy that anything left at the residence of N'. W. Cheever, No. Í8 Thompaon street, will be promptly delivered to the ftimily. MRS. N. W. CHEEVER. If you want an overeoat for a boy four ycars old go to Joe T. Jacobs, Miss Katik J. BOOSBS liaving recently fiutahcd several ncw portraits, will have them on exhibition at her studio, No. 7, cor. División and Ann streets, on Friday and Saturday, afternoon and evcning December 14 and lö, at which time all who are interesUrd will havo an opportunity of cal ling. Ann Arbor, December 6, 1877. Buy underwcar of Joe T. Jacobs. Letter Tï;adsand Xotc Hcads (University beading) for sale at the Ait ;rs office, put up in " Hodder's Patent Blotting Tablet,"- 100 and 120 sheets to thebook. I-'or a short time Vhotographs may be had at Stark's Galk-ry on Wheels for $1.50 per dozen, or $2.50 for two dozen. L664w8 Have you seen the beautiful boys' overcoats a at Joe T. Jacobs.