National Geographic : 1896 Dec
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE 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 Chattanooga via Salisbury, Asheville and Knoxville. Washington and Tampa via Columbia, Savannah and Jacksonville. Washington and Memphis via Atlanta, Birmingham and K. C. M. & B. Washington and Galveston via Atlanta, Montgomery and New Orleans. Washington and Birmingham via Lynchburg, Charlotte and Atlanta. Norfolk and Chattanooga via Salisbury, Asheville and Knoxville. Pullman Sleepers-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, D. C. WM. HENRY TAYILOE, District Passenger Agent, Norfolk, Va. S. H. HARDWICK, Assistant General Passenger Agent, Atlanta, Ga. C. A . BENSCOTER, Assistant General Passenger Agent, Chattanooga, Tenn. J. M. CULP, Traffic Manager. W. A. TURK, General Passenger Agent. "IMPROVEMENT THE ORDER OF THE AGE." THREE NEW MODEL SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITERS Nos.2,3AND4. Many Great Many Improvements Progress in . Heretofore Mechanical Overlooked by Art. O.. .G' Other *o Manufacturers DURABILITY THE FIRST CONSIDERATION. Send for Catalogue. Machines sent you for trial. THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER COMPANY, MAIN OFFICE: SYRACUSE, N. Y. BRANCHES: 1416 F STREET, WASHINGTON, D. C., AND 28 OTHER LEADING CITIES.