Jerry Troy nest egg

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Jerry Troy nest egg - A'Xest Egg. ' '•'..The '•'..The Mobile Register...
A'Xest Egg. ' '•'..The '•'..The Mobile Register tells an interesting interesting story of how, ten years ago, Mr. Jerry Troy, then conductor on the lower division of the Mobile and Ohio Railroad, Railroad, loaned $2,000 to a young friend of his in Columbus, Ky. . The borrower only needed it for a few months, and then deposited the $2,000 in a savings bank, of Cairo, in the name of Jerry Troy. _ A short time ago the conductor met.hia friend and in the conversation something was siid about the loan when tb.3 young man asked Mr. Troy if he never drew the money out of the Cairo bank. Mr. Troy said he knew nothing about it,-and his friend hunted up the identical bank-book with the memorandum- memorandum- of deposit in it. Mr. Troy took the bank-book, went to the bank, and made inquiry about the money, and found that it was all there, with ten years' interest added. He was so well pleased that he concluded to let the money remain for a nest egg. j

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  1. The Weekly Wisconsin,
  2. 01 Nov 1882, Wed,
  3. Page 6

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