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e tto w o. For the benefit of the public, we would state that this corporation is limited, and that the shares are controlled by a board of self-appointed Directors, as follows : E. D. HOWE, . . . ■ F. G. MAY, r Directors. J. A. CUTTER ) SHARE HOLDERS. Stone, . . . Bar tender for the Durfee Plant House. second Parsons. Howe, . . . . . Mortgaged his character to buy one share. Cutter, .... A leading stockholder. Says little, but eats more. Hillman, " Another county heard from. " Jones, ..... Very delicate, needs morning hours for slefp. May, .... He is laboring under the delusion that he is funny. Thurston, . . Preponderance of upper lip makes up for other wants. Conger, . . Breshman. An earnest advocate of Prayers and Petitions. Hevia, . A base (bass) drummer. Will do for want of something better. Damon, Kinney, Goodale- Bowman, On the fence. Fairfield, First experience in politics. Peters, Could stump the State for Hancock. Floyd .... A vile mouthed Democrat, du-ect from Cork. 71
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e-t " BOSS STUFFER, . . Pretty Mrs. Paige. ASSISTANTS, [ j J I e. STUFFING FOR $2.§0. Bagley, Mouth always open for more. Brodt, Looks love at the pretty waiter. Cooper, " No soup to-day, hey ? " Howard, A mouth for everything. Howe, . " Crams and blasphemes his feeder. " Joyner, Dainty, turns up his nose at everything. Spalding, Appetite inversely as the size of his head. Wheeler, , . Still mourns the loss of Josie Warner, Taft. STUFFED: $3.§0. ) " I cannot eat but little meat, my stomach is not good. Beach, )■ ) But sure methinks that I can drink with him that wears a hood. " Braune, Openeth not his mouth to any idle prattling. Dwight, . . . Too fresh to roast. Flint, As fine grained as the beef he tackles. Hashiguchi, Rats a-la-mode, with oatmeal. Herms, . . . Wishes he could have some of mother ' s doughnuts. Hills, Should take in his sign if he does not drink. Holman, . . . . . Has a capacity in proportion to his eyes. Lublin, Sauerkraut and Limburger. Mayo,.. . . Built on the turkey buzzard style, and eats accordingly. Preston, Too busy to talk. Rawson, .... Like Oliver Twist, is always asking for more. Sliiverick, Eats, sleeps, and grows fat. Taylor, A. H A freak of nature. Got the eating disease. Taylor, P. P Finds fault unless he can kiss the cook. Whitaker, " Great Scott ! what coffee ! " Wilcox, .... Peejee Islander. Would like to eat his chums. ) . . . , " With glances wild and face awry, Williams, ) . . . . He wades right through a big mince pie. " Wilder.
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c o-cli eloV Mfi , NORTH COLLEGE. No. 21. Bishop the Pious. Diets on his good looks. Sour grapes for dessert on Sunday. No. 25. H. F. M. Smith. A victim of many names. No wonder that he supes ; he lives on it. SOUTH COLLEGE. No. 4. Fish, base ball director. Lives on Lydia E. Pinkham ' s Vegetable Compound. No. 8. E. A. Jones, coal heaver. Lives by the sweat of his brow. Side dishes, coal shovels, scorched oat meal, and looking-glasses — ' cracked. No. 12. Wheeler and Nourse — the harmless twain. Their cupboard is lar- ger than their bellies. Bill of fare, scenery, boiled onions, one • pint of milk. No. 13. PI umb— the black-eyed beauty. Skunk skins three times a day, with pickles and arrowroot. No. 19. Bingham, the poet. " Oh! how fat he is. " Bums a living off his North Amherst relatives. 73
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