Two grand tours of 75 days through the southern states, Mexico and California, with visits to Cincinnati, Louisville, Birmingham, Montgomery, Pass Christian, New Orleans, Houston, Galveston, San Antonio, and El Paso; an extended round of travel by special trains through Mexico, with halts in its chief cities and places of historic and picturesque interest, including Zacatecas, Aguascalientes, Leon, Silao, Guanajuato, Querétaro, Orizaba, Puebla, the Pyramid of Cholula, Tiaxcala, Guadalajara, Chihuahua, the grand scenic points on the Mexican Railway, and the City of Mexico, where eight days will be passed; and a subsequent trip through the most delightful regions of the Pacific Coast, and homeward through Utah, Colorado, and the grand cañons, gorges, and passes of the Rocky Mountains, with visits to Riverside, San Diego, Coronado Beach, Pasadena, Los Angeles, Redondo Beach, Santa Barbara, San Jose, Monterey, Santa Cruz, San Francisco, San Rafael, Salt Lake City, Manitou Springs, Denver, Niagara Falls, etc. The journey to be made in a magnificent train of vestibuled Pullman Palace Cars, inclusive of a Pullman Palace Dining-car. First party to leave New York Tuesday, January 13; and to return Saturday, March 28. Second party to leave New York Tuesday, February 3; and to return Saturday, April 18. Conductor in charge, Mr. Charles H. Wilson. W. Raymond, I. A. Whitcomb, 296 Washington St. (opposite School St.), Boston, Mass. Raymond & Whitcomb, 257 Broadway, New York.
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