$100,000 in U.S. Notes Received for Redemption, Owned by Farmer Who Chose to Bury Them

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$100,000 in U.S. Notes Received for Redemption, Owned by Farmer Who Chose to Bury Them - Mutilated Nates Received for Redempaloa....
Mutilated Nates Received for Redempaloa. Washington, Sept 21. There was received at the Treasury Department to day, for redemption, redemption, a package of about $100,000 in United States notes, which are badly mutilated and almost beyond recognition. It is said that their owner, an Ohio farmer, had burled the notes in the earth in preference preference to placing them in a bank or other depository.

Clipped from The Times-Picayune22 Sep 1885, TuePage 1

The Times-Picayune (New Orleans, Louisiana)22 Sep 1885, TuePage 1
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