National Geographic : 1897 Apr
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE 1 SOUTHERN RAILWAY -**-** SOUTHERN SYSTEM. Penetrates with its main line or branches eight States South of the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers, and in con junction with its friendly allied connections reaches all the commercial centers of the South and Southwest .. . DOUBLE DAILY VESTIBULED LIMITED TRAINS .. . BETWEEN .. . Washington and Nashville via Salisbury, Asheville, Knoxville and Chattanooga. Washington and Tampa via Columbia, Savannah and Jacksonville. Washington and Memphis via Atlanta, Birmingham and K. C. M. & B. Washington and New Orleans via Atlanta, Montgomery and Mobile. Norfolk and Chattanooga via Salisbury, Asheville and Knoxville. Pullman Sleeping Cars-Dining Cars-Day Coaches. Additional Trains for local travelers . . . . . . . The direct line to the (FLORIDA, GULF COAST and TEXAS, Winter Resorts of . . . . MEXICO and CALIFORNIA, -AND THE BEST Through Car Line to and from Asheville and Hot Springs-" The Land of the Sky." Write for Map Folders. R. D. CARPENTER, General Agent, 271 Broadway, New York City. L. S . BROWN, General Agent Passenger Department, Washington, 1). C. J. H. WINGFIELD, Passenger Agent, Norfolk, Va. S. H. HARDWICK, Assistant General Passenger Agent, Atlanta, Ga. C. A . BENSCOTER, Assistant General Passenger Agent, Chattanooga, Tenn. W. H. TAYLOE, Assistant General Passenger Agent, Louisville, Ky. J. M. CULP, Traffic Manager. W. A. TURK, General Passenger Agent. STHE SHORTEST, QUICKEST, MOST ATTRACTIVE II k ROUTE IS BY THE LINES OPERATED OVER THE Florida Central &Peninsular R.R. THI FLORIDA CENTRAL AND PENINSULAR RAILROAD begins on the north at Columbia, runs through Savannah, Jacksonville, Ocala, Tampa, Fernandina, Gainesville, Orlando, and Tallahassee. It is the direct route to take for St. Augustine, Lake Worth, and all East Coast points; for Miami, Key West, and Nassau; also for points on the Gulf of Mexico and Havana and for all the principal interior points in Florida. Three trains daily from New York during the tourist season, passing through Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Washington. One of the finest trains in the country is the NEW YORK ANI) FLORIDA LIMITED, with Compartment Cars, Pullman Sleepers, Observation Cars, Dining Cars, and Passenger Coaches. This train leaves New York at 12.10 noon and arrives at Jacksonville at 3.30 p. m . next day, St. Augustine at 4.30 p. m. The CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED, another very elegant vestibuled train, makes the run in about 24 hours between Cincinnati and Jacksonville, via Chattanooga, Atlanta, Macon, and Everett. The ASHEVILLE ROUTE is the scenic route (over the Carolina mountains) between Cincin nati and Jacksonville, via Knoxville, the Mountain Resorts, Columbia, and Savannah. The KANSAS CITY through car route is by this road, via Fort Scott, Memphis, Holly Springs, Birmingham, Atlanta and Everett. The NEW ORLEANS !through sleeper route runs from New Orleans by Pensacola on this route and via the beautiful Middle Florida Country. Remember that the FLORIDA CENTRAL AND PENINSULAR does not only go to Jack sonville, but distributes passengers by close connections all over the State. Get THE BEST INDEXED MAP OF FLORIDA from any of our agents or from the General Passenger Agent. J. L. ADAMS, Genl. Eastern Agt., W. B. PENNINGTON, Genl. Western Agt., 353 Broadway, New York. 417 Walnut Street, Cincinnati, O. WALTER G. COLEMAN, Genl. Trav. Agt., 353 Broadway, New York. N. S. PENNINGTON, Traffic Manager, A. O. Macl)ONELL, Genl. Pass. Agt., Jacksonville, Fla.