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S. S. "
MOLTKE," 12,000 TONS
The "MOLTKE" is a floating palace, with a Gymnasium, Grill Room, 30 Bath Rooms, and superb appointments throughout. The Route includes Madeira, Gibraltar, Algiers, Malta, Constantinople, Smyrna (for Ephesus), Beyrout (for Damascus), Haifa (for Galilee, etc.), Jaffa (for Jerusalem, Bethlehem, etc.), Alexandria, Cairo (for the Nile), Naples, Pompeii, Vesuvius, Rome, Nice, Monte Carlo, etc.
That there is a fascination about travel or winter sojourn in EGYPT is universally acknowledged. Its climate is perfect-warm, dry, and bright. Its Pyramids, ruined cities, and marvellous Temples and Tombs are among the most wonderful and impressive productions of human skill in any age, and on their pictured walls are preserved strangely minute and interesting records of a civilization extinct many centuries ago. Among these famous relics of the past the Elite of American and European society gather every season, and modern luxury and the pursuit of pleasure have reached their limit. The gaiety and brilliance of the Egyp tian season are proverbial, for Egypt is undoubtedly the premier Winter Resort of the world. It is also a health resort of the greatest value.
COOK'S NILE STEAMERS
The finest and best-appointed steamers on the Nile, especially built for the service, offer the only convenient and luxurious way to visit Egypt and enjoy to the full all its pleasures. Throughout the season there are sailings every few days from CAIRO to the FIRST CATARACT, connecting with the service for the SECOND CATARACT, KHARTOUM, and the SOUDAN. We have also a large number of Private Steamers and Dahabeahs for charter to families and small parties on moderate inclusive terms.
Plans can be seen and berths reserved at any of our offices in America. Accommodations should be reserved AT ONCE. A postal will bring our pamphlet.
THOS. COOK & 261 and 1185 Broadway, Philadelphia Chicago
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WM. P. Elliott, Secretary. JAMES TIMpson, Vice-President.
EDWARD T. PERINE, Comptroller. EBEN B. THOMAS, Vice-President.
RICHARD M. HURD, Asst. Secretary. ARTHUR TURNBULL, Vice-President.
CALVERT BREWER, Asst. Treasurer. CLARK WILLIAMS, Treasurer.
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