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A visit to the Central Branch is not complete without enjoying the evening concert by the Home Band. The Home Band ceases playing from the Bandstand at the firing of the Evening Gun. I highly recommend the hotel restaurant for your evening meal. We also have an annex, where soda water, nuts, and ice cream can be purchased, the same as are sold in the restaurant. At Tattoo (8:30 p.m.), carriages should cease driving about the Home Grounds, so that all pass through the Gates before the Nine o'clock Bugle sounds for the extinguishing of lights. Of course, my recommendation is for you to stay in our fine Hotel, which was constructed in 1879. The excursionists are accommodated in twenty rooms. Mrs. Emma Miller is the hotelkeeper. The Hotel staff includes our regular and reliable cook, and six civilian employees. We trust you will find the accommodations most pleasing, and you will enjoy the splendid view from the Hotel porch as you reflect on this most eventful day.