National Geographic : 1901 Jul
g Southern Railway GREATEST SOUTHERN SYSTEM To all Points SOUTH, SOUTHEAST, and SOUTHWEST Through Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars from New York and Washington to Atlanta, Macon, New Orleans, Memphis, Nashville, Port Tampa, Jacksonville, Augusta, and Intermediate Points-First-Class Day Coaches-Dining Car Service-Club Cars Fast trains for the SOUTH leave Washington Daily at 11.15 a. m., 9.50 p. m ., 9.55 p. m., and 10.45 p. m. Through Tourist Car on the 9.55 p. m. train every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday for Texas, Arizona, and California points, without change. Direct line to the Summer Resorts in Virginia and the Carolinas, and the Winter Resorts of Florida, Gulf Coast, Texas, Mexico, and California. Direct Through Car Line to and from Asheville, Hot Springs, and other Western North Carolina points "THE LAND OF THE SKY "-" THE BEAUTIFUL SAPPHIRE COUNTRY.', For Map Folders, Summer Homes Folder, "The Empire of the South," "The Beautiful Sapphire Country," "The Land of the Sky," " Cuba, Nassau, and Porto Rico," write to A. S. THWEATT, Eastern Passenger Agent, 1185 Broadway, New York, N. Y . S. E. BURGESS, Traveling Passenger Agent, 120 E. Baltimore Street, Baltimore, Md. L. S. BROWN, General Agent, 705 Fifteenth Street N. W., Washington, D. C . W. H. TAYLOE, Assistant General Passenger Agent, Atlanta, Ga. C. A. BENSCOTER, Assistant General Passenger Agent, Chattanooga, Tenn. GEO. B . ALLEN, Assistant General Passenger Agent, St. Louis, Mo. F. S. GANNON, Third Vice-President and General Manager, S, H. HARDWICK, General Passenger Agent, WASHINGTON, D. C. THE PAN=AMERICAN EXPOSITION Will, it is believed, prove a greater success than any previous exposition on this continent. It is reached from every direction by the NEW YORK CENTRAL LINES. In one of his advertisements Mr. Daniels says: " All you need to have is a ticket by the New York Central Lines, all you need to say is, 'Put me off at Buffalo.'" The New York Cen tral Lines are the New York Central, Boston & Albany, Michigan Central, Lake Shore, Big Four, Pittsburg & Lake Erie, and Lake Erie & Western Railways. For a copy of the New York Central's Pan American Exposition Folder, "Four-Track Series" No. 15, send a postage stamp to George H. Daniels, General Passenger Agent. New York Central Railroad, Grand Central Station, New York. A Live Topic of the Day and Night MOSQUITOES How they live ........ .. How they carry disease. .... How they may be classified. How they may be destroyed. BY Dr. L. O. HOWARD, Chief Entomologist, Department of Agriculture. WITH MANY ILLUSTRATIONS. l$.50 net. Postpaid,$1.64. "An exceedingly practical and thor ough treatise on the life and habits of this widespread pest, which science is proving to be as dangerous as it is trou blesome."-N . Y. Commercial Advertiser. McCLURE, PHILLIPS & CO., New York.