Telegraph from C. L. Palmer informing of Rush P. Cady's condition to Daniel Cady of Rome, New York, from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 20, 1863
AMERICAN TELEGRAPH COMPANY,
GENERAL OFFICE, 145 BROADWAY.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS ON WHICH THIS AND ALL MESSAGES ARE RECEIVED BY THIS
COMPANY FOR TRANSMISSION.
In order to guard against errors or delays in the transmission or delivery of messages, every message of
importance ought to be REPEATED by being sent back from the station at which it is to be received to the
station from which it is originally sent. Half the usual price for transmission will be charged for repeating
the message, and while this Company will, as heretofore, use every precaution to ensure correctness, it will not
be responsible for errors or delays in the transmission or delivery of repeated message beyond FIFTY dol-
lars, unless a special agreement for insurance be made and paid for at the time of sending the message, and the
amount of risk specified on this agreement; nor is the Company to be responsible for any error or delay in the
transmission or delivery or non-delivery of any unrepeated message, BEYOND FIVE DOLLARS, unless in
like manner specially insured and amount of risk paid for at the time. No liability is assumed for any error or
neglect by any other Company over whose lines this message may be sent to reach its destination.
Charge for transmission Words, $
CAMBRIDGE LIVINGSTON (Livingston, Cambridge (Secretary)) , Sec'y. E. S. SANFORD (Sanford, E.S. (President)) , Pres.
Received at 713 Sixth Avenue, 22 July 20th 1863.
Dated Philadelphia (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) “ “ 1863. To Mr D Cady (Cady, Daniel)
Rush (Cady, Rush Palmer) wants you
to come immediately
MESSAGES RECEIVED FOR ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES AND TOWNS IN
THE UNITED STATES. A REGULAR CITY COMMUNICATION IS NOW ESTAB-
LISHED, BY WHICH MESSAGES CAN BE TRANSMITTED FROM POINT TO
POINT IN THE CITY.
Stations other than those indicated upon the Map, will be opened as business requires