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UNION CITY, TENN.
W. H. GARDNER, Union City, Tenn.
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National Cyclopedia of American Biography, Vol. 2, page 130:
“R. W. Jennings, the founder and manager of Jennings' Business College, Nashville, was born in Edgefield, S. C., March 19, 1838, where his father and grandfather had been raised. At the age of sixteen te commenced clerking in a retail store, and in 1855-56 he became bookkeeper for the Trion Manufacturing Co., at Trion, Ga. In January, 1857, he came to Nashville and secured a position as bookkeeper for the wholesale house of Gardner & Co., where he remained until 1861, when he entered the Planters' Bank as bookkeeper. In 1864 he filled an important position with the great house of A. T. Stewart & Co., New York, where he was directed to overhaul and examine into the books of that firm, running back for a period of nineteen years. In 1865 he was teller of the Falls City Tobacco Bank, Louisville. Ky., resigning this in December of that year to accept a partnership in the two firms of Evans, Gardner & Co., New York, and Evans, Fite & Co., Nashville, the latter being the largest wholesale house which has ever been established in Nashville. Withdrawing from these firms in 1872, he was until 1884 the senior partner in the wholesale THE WORLD'S CORN SHELLER & SEPARATOR. houses of Jennings, Goodbar & Co., Jennings, Eakin & Co., Jen
CHAMPION pings, Dismukes & Woolwine, and R. W. Jennings & Co. Thus Mr. Jennings brings to his work as a business educator the ripe
WORLDSL experience of thirty years in actual business."
CORAR HELLER 125 GOOD POSITIONS
S. S. TEACHERS' BIBLE.
Secured by Graduates of Jennings' Business
The Tennessee Methodist of last week gives the names of 125 of the graduates of Jennings' Business College, Nashville, who are now filling highly responsible positions with merchants and bankers of Nashville and other cities-some of them receiving salaries as high as $2,000 per annum; and this is a mere fraction of the whole number who have secured good places.
Bishop McTyeire, while President of Vanderbilt University, and who always thought well before he spoke, said to a mother, whose son wanted a position: “Send him to Jennings' Business College; a certificate from R. W. Jennings to your son, recommending him for a position, will be of more benefit to him than any other inAgence he could have."
THE BEST CORN SHELLER, ON THE MARKET.
The NEW YORK SUN says: “Just twenty-five years ago R. W. Jennings, now the principal of Jennings' Business College, Nashville, Tenn., was employed by the great firm of A. T. Stewart & Co., of New York, to examine into and report upon their books. This was successfully and satisfactorily performed, and gave him at once a reputation as one of the ex port bookkeepors of this country."
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for $10. Shiloh Battle-field Association desires
the name and address of all the surviv. A TRIFLE OVER TIVO DAYS. ors of that battle. The Secretary has it did me good. I used it for sciatica rheumatism
I bave used the Electropoise for la grippe and “Now westward Sol has sent the rich over 12,000 names of the men who and it cured me. My wife used it for sick bead. est beains of noon's high glory," fought on that battlefield. When all
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