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THROUGH TICKETS, SLEEPING CAR ACCOMMODATIONS And Information in Detail Concerning Passenger Train Service on Baltimore & Ohio Railroad and
Connecting Lines may be had at the Offices of the Company, as follows: AKRON, OHIO, Union Station, C. D. HoNoDLE, Ticket Agent. Howard Street, U.S. G, APLEY, Ticket Agent. BALTIMORE, N. W. Cor. Charles and Saratoga Streets (Y. M.0. A. Building), G. D. CRAWFORD, Ticket Agent; G. W. SQUIGGINS.
City Passenger Agent; B. F. BUND, Special Agent; G. W. PAINI, Passenger Agent. Camden Station, E. R. Jones, Ticket
Agent. Mt. Royal Station, Chas. COCKEY, Ticket Agent. BELLAIRE, OHIO, J. F. SHERRY, Ticket Agent. BOSTON, 360 Washington Street, J. B. SCOTT, New England Passenger Agent; T. K. RUTH, Traveling Passenger Agent;
E. E. BAEKEY, Ticket Agent. BROOKLYN, N. Y., 843 Fulton Street, T. H. HENDRICKBOX, Ticket Agent. BUFFALO, N. Y., 210 Ellicott Square, H. A. WELLs, Eastern Passenger Agent, B. &0. 8.-W. BUTLER, PA., WM. TURNER, Ticket Agent. CANTON, OHIO, S. S.C. MCGREW, Ticket Agent. CHESTER, PA., J. B. WINTERS, Ticket Agent. CHICAGO, 241 Clark Street, Grand Pacific Hotel, W.W. PICKING, District Passenger Agent: H. W. MOKEWIN, Cits Ticket Agent.
General Passenger Office, Merchants' Loan & Trust Building, O. G. LEUMON, Traveling Passenger Agent. Grand Central Station, Corner Harrison Street and 5th Avenue, F. J. EDDY, Ticket Agent. Auditorium Annex, 221 Michigan Avenue,
F. E. SCOTT, Ticket Agent. CHILLICOTHE, OHIO, J. H. LARRABEE, Traveling Passenger Agent, B. & 0. S.-W. CINCINNATI, OHIO, B. &0. S.-W., 430 Walnut Street (Traction Bldg.), C. H. WISEMAN, District Passenger Agent; G. A. MAXX,
City Ticket Agent:J. E. BUCHANAN, Passenger Agent. Central Union Station, E. REISING, Station Passenger Agent;
J. F. ROLF, Depot Ticket Agent. CITY OF MEXICO, MEX., D. BANKHARDT, Agente General, B. &0. S.-W., Apartado 2010. CLEVELAND, OHIO, 241 Superior Street, M. G. CARREL, Division Passenger Agent; GEO. A. ORA, Traveling Passenger
Agent; F. E. GIBSON, Ticket Agent. South Water Street Station, A. N. DIETZ, Ticket Agent. COLUMBUS, OHIO, No. 6 South High Street, D. S. WILDER, Division Passenger Agent; W. W. TANAGE, Ticket Agent. Union
Depot, E. PagELs, Ticket Agent. CONNELLSVILLE, PA., O. W. ALLEN, Traveling Passenger Agent; H. L. DOUGLAS, Ticket Agent. COVINGTON, KY., Fourth and Scott Streets, G. M. ABBOTT, Ticket Agent. DALLAS, TEXAS, J. P. ROGERMAN, Traveling Passenger Agent, B. & 0.8.-W. DENVER, COLO., S. M. SHATTUC, Traveling Passenger Agent, B. & 0. S.-W. HARPER'S FERRY, W. VA., O. E. DUDROW, Traveling Passenger Agent. KANSAS CITY, MO., Box 261, A. C. GOODRICH, Traveling Passenger Agent. B. &0. 8.-W. LORAIN, OHIO, C. A. MELIN, Ticket Agent. LOUISVILLE, KY., B. &0.8.-W., 4th and Main Sts., R. S. BROWN, District Passenger Agent:J.G. Elgin, City Passenger Agent;
EVAN PROSSER, Traveling Passenger Agent;J. H. DORSEY, City Ticket Agent. 7th St. Station, A, J. CRONE, Ticket Agent. MANSFIELD, OHIO, C. W. Jones, Ticket Agent. MARIETTA, OHIO, G. M. PAYNE, Depot Ticket Agent; M. F. NOLL, City Ticket Agent, First National Bank Building. MASSILLON, OHIO, W. H. Ruch, Ticket Agent. NEWARK, N. J., E. E. HENDRICKSON. Ticket Agent. NEWARK, OHIO, F. P. COPPER, Traveling Passenger Agent; F. O. BARTHOLOMEW, Ticket Agent. NEW CASTLE, PA., R. L. TURNER, Ticket Agent. NEW YORK, 434 Broadway, LYMAN MCCARTY, Assistant General Passenger Agent; ROBERT SKINNER, Traveling Passenger
Agent; H. B. FAROAT, City Passenger Agent; E. D. AINSLIE, Ticket Agent. 1300 Broadway, S. R. FLANAGAN, Ticket Agent; No. 6 Astor House, A. J. OESTERLA, Ticket Agent. 261 Broadway, Thos. Cook & Sox, Ticket Agents. 108 Greenwich Street, FRANK Zorri, Ticket Agent. 25 Union Square, West, RAYMOND & WHITCOMB, Ticket Agents. 391 Grand Street, HYMAX
WERNER, Ticket Agent. Stations, foot of West 230 Street, and foot of Liberty Street, N. R. NORFOLK, VA., 10 Granby Street, Atlantic Hotel, ARTHUR G. LEWIS, Southern Passenger Agent;I. L. SPERRY, Ticket Agent. OMAHA, NEB., 501-5 First National Bank Building, J.C. BURCH, Traveling Passenger Agent. PARKERSBURG, W. VA., J. McC. MARTIN, Traveling Passenger Agent: C. T. PROUDFOOT, Ticket Agent. PHILADELPHIA, 834 Chestnut Street, BERNARD ASHBY, District Passenger Agent;J. M. BENNETT, Traveling Passenger Agent;
D. D, COURTNEY, Traveling Passenger Agent; C. D. GLADDING, Ticket Agent. N. E. Cor. 13th and Chestnut Streets, O. E. WATERS, Ticket Agent. 1005 Chestnut Street, RAYMOND & WHITCOMB, Ticket Agents. 3962 Market Street, UNION TRANSFER Co., Ticket Agents. 609 South 3d Street and 1146 North 2d Street, M. ROSENBAUM, Ticket Agent. Station, Cor.
21th and Chestnut Streets, W, W. BAEKEY, Ticket Agent. PITTSBURG, 315 Park Building, J. P. TAGGART, Assistant General Passenger Agent; A. W. TIDDY, Traveling Passenger Agent.
Cor. 5th Avenue and Wood Street, W.A. PRESTOX, City Ticket Agent. M. B. WALKER, City Passenger Agent; R. O. ROBERTS, Assistant City Passenger Agent. 506 Smithfield Street, J. V. McCormick, Ticket Agent. 609 Smithfield Street, FRANK
ZOTTI & Co., Ticket Agents. Station, Cor. Smithfield and Water Streets, S.J. HUTCHISON, Ticket Agent. SANDUSKY, OHIO, T. B. TUCKER, Ticket Agent. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL., Room 1, Hobart Building, PETER HARVEY, Pacific Coast Agent. SPRINGFIELD, ILL., N. J. NEER, Division Passenger Agent, B. & 0. S.-W. ST. LOUIS, B. &0. S.-W., 6th and Olive Streets, F. D, GILDERSLEEVE, Assistant General Passenger Agent; H. O. STEVENSOX,
City Passenger Agent; L. L. HORNING, City Ticket Agent; F. W. AMICK, Station Passenger Agent; L. G. PAUL, Traveling
Passenger Agent. ST. PAUL, MINN., R. O. HAABE, Traveling Passenger Agent. TIFFIN, OHIO, W.C. FRANCE, Ticket Agent. VINCENNES, IND., W. P. TOWNSEND, Division Passenger Agent, B. &0. S.-W. WASHINGTON, D. C., 707 15th Street, N. W. Cor. New York Avenue, S. B. HEGE, District Passenger Agent; H. P. BALDWIN,
City Passenger Agent; E. A. BauGHMAN, Passenger Agent; H. R. HOWER, Ticket Agent. 619 Pennsylvania Avenue.
W. V. FI8KE, Ticket Agent. Station. Now Jersey Avenue and C Street, S. E. EASTBURN, Ticket Agent. WHEELING, W. VA., B. &0. Station, T. O. BURKE, Traveling Passenger Agent; A. L. IRWIN, Station Ticket Agent.
McLure House, O. R. Wood, City Ticket Agent. WILMINGTON, DEL., Delaware Avenue Station, J. E. Hitch, Ticket Agent. 801 Market Street, W. FULTON, Ticket Agent;
H. A. MILLER, Traveling Passenger Agent. WINCHESTER, VA., T. B. PATTON, Ticket Agent. YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO, JAMES AIKEN, Ticket Agent. ZANESVILLE, OHIO, Jas. H. LEE, Ticket Agent. EUROPEAN AGENTS, BALTIMORE EXPORT & IMPORT Co., Limited, 23, 24 and 25 Billiter Street, London, E. C.; 21 Water Street, Liverpool, England,
In addition to offices and depots named above, tickets over the B. &0. may be obtained at
TICKET OFFICES THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY.
C. W. BASSETT, General Passenger Agent,
B. N. AUSTIN, General Passenger Agent,
Baltimore & Ohio Lines West, Chicago, IL.
Baltimore & Ohio R. R., Baltimore, Md.
The Royal Blue Line
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF NEW JERSEY
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD
FINEST SERIES OF PASSENGER TRAINS IN THE WORLD
SPLENDID ROYAL BLUE LINE COACHES. PULLMAN
SCHEDULES EASY TO REMEMBER
“EVERY HOUR ON THE HOUR” FROM WASHINGTON TO BALTIMORE
DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. RETURNING IN LIKE MANNER “EVERY OTHER HOUR on the ODD HOUR" to PHILADELPHIA and NEW YORK ADDITIONAL TRAINS AT 8.00 P. M., 11.30 P. M. AND 2.57 A. M.
FROM NEW YORK
“EVERY HOUR ON THE HOUR” FROM NEW YORK TO PHILADELPHIA
DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. RETURNING IN LIKE MANNER ADDITIONAL TRAINS FROM NEW YORK AT 7.30 P. M., 12.15 NIGHT AND 4.30 A. M. "EVERY OTHER HOUR on the EVEN HOUR" to BALTIMORE and WASHINGTON
ADDITIONAL TRAINS AT 7.00 P. M. AND 12.15 NIGHT
This famous Alleghany Mountain hostelry will open on June 24th. The twelve cottages have been renovated and painted, inside and out. Two of the choicest can be secured if application is made at once. Many suites of rooms have been engaged in the hotel.
The popularity of this resort is due to its splendid location, 2,800 feet above the sea level, out of range of malaria and mosquitoes. Every convenience is provided for guests. Delightful rooms and an excellent cuisine. The hotel is provided with all modern improvements for comfort; and bowling alleys, billiard rooms, tennis courts, golf links, swimming pools, etc., for amusement. An entirely new livery equipment has been installed.
Most conveniently reached by through vestibuled trains with Pullman cars via the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad from Chicago, St. Louis, Cincinnati, Louisville, Columbus, Cleveland, Pittsburg, Wheeling, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York.
W. E. BURWELL, Manager,