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18. Cape May and Shore Telegraph Company of New York City. Received and filed April 2, 1869.

19. Peninsula Telegraph Company of New York City. Received and filed May 9, 1869.

20. Ocean Telegraph Company of Boston, Mass. Received and filed July 15, 1869.

21. The American Cable Company of New York. Received and filed April 15, 1870.

22. Southern and Atlantic Telegraph Company of Philadelphia, Pa. Received and filed July 22, 1870.

23. International Ocean Telegraph Company of New York City. Received and filed January 20, 1871.

24. Missouri River Telegraph Company of Sioux City, Iowa. Received and filed May 3, 1871.

25. The Marine and Inland Telegraph Company of New Jersey, 715 Locust street, Philadelphia, Pa. Received and filed November 27, 1872.

26. Atlantic and Pacific Telegraph Company of Missouri. Executive Office, 145 Broadway, New York City. Received and filed May 8, 1877.

27. New Jersey and New England Telegraph Company. Received and filed November 21, 1878. Address A. L. Worthington, No. 10 Green street, Trenton, N. J.

28. The American Rapid Telegraph Company, 41 Wall street, New York. Received and filed April 12, 1879. Special rates received and filed April 1, 1881.

29. Central Union Telegraph Company, 145 Broadway, New York. Received and filed May 9, 1879.

30. New York Land and Ocean Telegraph Company. Received and filed May 10, 1879.

31. Deseret Telegraph Company, Salt Lake City, Utah. Received and filed May 19, 1879.

32. American Union Telegraph Company of New York, 145 Broadway, New York. Received and filed July 1, 1879.

33. The American Union Telegraph Company of Missouri, Chas. S. Greeley, president, St. Louis, Mo. Received and filed July 9, 1879.

34. Wabash Railway Company, Cyrus W. Field, president, New York. Received and filed July 11, 1879.

35. The American Union Telegraph Company of New Jersey, D. H. Bates, president, Jersey City, N. J. Received and filed July 17, 1879.

36. The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company of Maryland, John W. Garrett, president, Baltimore, Md. Received and filed July 18, 1879.

37. The American Union Telegraph Company of Baltimore City, Md. Received and filed July 31, 1879.

38. The Deer Lodge Telegraph Company of Butte City, Mont. Received and filed August 30, 1879.

39. The American Union Telegraph Company of Pennsylvania, 4. Bates, president, Philadelphia. Received and filed September 4, 1879.

40. The American Union Telegraph Company of Indiana, Lafayette, Ind. Received and filed September 12, 1879.

41. The Cheyenne and Black Hills Telegraph Company, W. H. Hibbard, superintendent, Cheyenne, Wyo. Received and filed November 7, 1879.

42. The American Union Telegraph Company of Ohio, Frank B. Swayne, president, Toledo, Ohio. Received and filed November 8, 1879.

43. The American Union Telegraph Company of Louisiana, Ed. Leloup, secretary, New Orleans, La. Received and filed March 1, 1880.

44. Baltimore and Ohio Telegraph Company of Ohio, Geo. Hoadley, president, Cincinnati, Ohio. Received and filed September 3, 1880.

45. The Wabash, St. Louis and Pacific Railway Company of St. Louis, Mo., Solon Humphreys, president, No. 80 Broadway, New York. Received and filed September 13, 1880.

46. Baltimore and Ohio Telegraph Company of Illinois, C. H. Hudson, president, No. 81, South Clark street, Chicago, Ill. Received and filed September 23, 1880.

47. Frontier Telegraph Company of Texas, G. 0. Appleby, president, Lampasas, Tex. Received and filed October 25, 1880.

48. Bankers and Merchants’ Telegraph Company of New Jersey, J. Heron Crosman, president, No. 58 Broadway, New York, N. Y. Received and filed April 21, 1881.

49. Bankers and Merchants' Telegraph Company of New York, Wm. W. Maris, president, No. 58 Broadway, New York, N. Y. Received and filed June 8, 1881.

50. Mutual Union Telegraph Company of Illinois, Carroll Sprigg, secretary, Chicago, Ill. Received and filed October 24, 1881.

51. Mutual Union Telegraph Company of Missouri, Carroll Sprigg, secretary, Chicago, Ill. Received and filed November 14, 1881.

52. New Jersey Mutual Telegraph Company, Jno. H. Walker, secretary, Newark, N. J. Received and filed November 17, 1881.

53. Bankers and Merchants' Telegraph Company, Wm. W. Maris, president, 58 Broadway, New York. Received and flled December 8, 1881.

54. The Baltimore and Ohio Telegraph Company, Welty McCullogh, secretary, Pittsburg, Pa. Received and filed March 6, 1882.

55. East Tennessee Telephone Company, D. I. Carson, secretary, New York. Received and filed May 31, 1882.

56. Southern Telegraph Company, James F. Cox, president, 48 Exchange Place, New York. Received and filed August 4, 1882.

57. Postal Telegraph Company, A. W. Beard, president, 2 Wall street, New York. Received and filed August 31, 1882.

58. Bankers and Merchants' Telegraph Company of Baltimore City, J. G. Case, secretary, 58 Broadway, New York. Received and filed December 14, 1882.

59. Mutual Union Telegraph Company of New York, John G. Moore, president, New York, N. Y. Received and filed March 5, 1883.

60. The Baltimore and Ohio Telegraph Company in Pennsylvania, J. B. Washington, secretary, Pittsburg, Pa. Received and filed March 17, 1883.

61. The Baltimore and Ohio Telegraph Company of Indiana, Geo. P. Frick, president; Dan'l T. Downey, secretary, Baltimore, Md. Received and filed July 17, 1883.

62. The Baltimore and Ohio Telegraph Company of the State of New York, Geo. P. Frick, president; Edward R. Golliday, secretary, Baltimore, Md. Received and filed July 17, 1883.

63. The Northern and Southern Telegraph Company, corner State and Bridge streets, New York City, John F. Davis, president; Wm. H. Harfield, secretary. Received and filed September 28, 1883.

64. Baltimore and Ohio Telegraph Company of New Jersey, Geo. P. Frick, president; Edward R. Golliday, secretary, Trenton, N. J. Received and filed November 7, 1883.

65. National Telegraph Company of New York, Calvin S. Brice, president, New York, N. Y.; F. E. Worcester, secretary. Received and filed January 31, 1884.

66. Philadelphia and Seaboard Telegraph Company of New Jersey, Milton Cowperthwaite, secretary, Camden, N. J. Received and filed February 23, 1884.

67. Providence and Pascoag Telegraph Company of Rhode Island, D. H. Bates, president, New York; F. Jessen, secretary. Received and filed July 10, 1884.

68. Baltimore and Ohio Telegraph Company of Missouri, Geo. P. Frick, president, Baltimore, Md. Received and filed July 18, 1884.

69. Baltimore and Ohio Telegraph Company of Louisiana, D. H. Bates, president, Baltimore, Md. Received and filed July 25, 1884.

70. The New England Telegraph Company, F. A. McKeone, president, New York. Received and filed July 26, 1884.

71. The Baltimore and Ohio Telegraph Company of Texas, D. H. Bates, president, New York. Received and filed August 13, 1884.

72. The New England Telegraph Company of Massachusetts, Dan. S. Robeson, New York, vice-president. Received and filed September 5, 1884.

73. The Chesapeake and Ohio Telegraph Lines, C. W. Smith, general manager, Richmond, Va. Received and filed September 29, 1884.

74. The Baltimore and Ohio Telegraph Company of Massachusetts, D. H. Bates, president, Boston, Mass. Received and filed December 15, 1884.

75. The Postal Telegraph and Cable Company, Henry Roseņer, 2d vice-president, New York. Received and filed January 29, 1885.

76. The Pacific Telegraph Company, Geo. H. Myers, secretary, Kansas City, Mo. Received and filed July 27, 1885.

77. The Baltimore and Ohio Telegraph Company of Baltimore County, Maryland, D. H. Bates, president, Baltimore, Md. Received and filed February 20, 1886.

78. Postal Telegraph Cable Company, Jas. H. Withington, president, New York. Received and flled April 6, 1886.

79. The North American Telegraph Company, W. H. Eustis, secretary, Minneapolis, Minn. Received and filed April 22, 1886.

80. The San Juan Telegraph Company, W. E. Block, secretary, Ouray, Colo. Received and filed June 9, 1886.

81. Pacific Postal Telegraph Cable Company, Henry Rosener, president, New York, N. Y. Received and filed July 20, 1886.

82. The Baltimore and Ohio Telegraph Company of Pennsylvania, R. Duryea, secretary, Baltimore, Md. Received and filed September 11, 1886.

83. The Manhattan Railway Company, D. W. McWilliams, secretary, New York, N. Y. Received and filed October 6, 1886.

81. The Pacific Mutual Telegraph Company, George M. Myers, secretary, Rosedale, Kans.

Received and filed February 24, 1887. 85. The Empire and Bay State Telegraph Company, Henry Macdona, secretary, New York, N. Y. Received and filed July 12, 1887.

86. The Spokane Falls and Wardner Telephone-Telegraph Lines, W. S. Norman, owner, Spokane, Wash. Received and flled August 17, 1887.

87. The Rocky Mountain Telegraph Company, W. M. Cairns, general manager, Butte, Mont. Received and filed August 18, 1887.

88. The Central Arizona Telegraph ('ompany, L. H. Wilson, president, Prescott, Ariz. Received and filed October 6, 1887.

89. W. S. Norman's U. S. Military Telegraph Line. Between Fort Coeur d'Alene and Spokane Falls. W. 8. Norman, Spokane, Wash. Received and filed October 13, 1887.

90. The Wyoming Inland Telegraph Company, F. B. Proctor, secretary, Buffalo, Wyo. Received and filed October 19, 1887.

91. The Chicago Postal Telegraph Company, Marcus Pollasky, president, Chicago, Ill. Received and filed January 3, 1888.

92. The Western Union Telegraph Company of Baltimore City, Richard J. Bloxham, president, Baltimore, Md. Received and filed January 7, 1889.

93. The Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company, D. I. Carson, secretary, 195 Broadway, New York. Received and filed February 18, 1889.

94. The Washington and Idaho Telegraph Company, E. B. Spencer, secretary, Spokane, Wash. Received and filed May 11, 1889.

95. The Continental Telegraph Company, E. L. Martin, president, Kansas City, Mo. Received and filed May 27, 1889.

96. The Maryland Central Railway Company, C.F.Kerchner, secretary, Baltimore, Md. Received and filed September 6, 1889.

97. The Edison Mutual Telegraph Company, Titus Sheared, president, Van Wert, Ohio. Received and filed November 11, 1889.

98. The Atlantic Postal Telegraph Cable Company, A. B. Chandler, president, 1 Broadway, New York, N. Y. Received and filed August 2, 1890.

99. The New York Submarine Cable and Telegraph Company, S. F. Austin, secretary, Brooklyn, N. Y. Received and filed September 2, 1892.

100. New England Printing Telegraph Company, Charles 0. Billings, president, Boston, Mass. Received and filed December 5, 1892.

101. Rocky Mountain Bell Telephone Company, Geo. Y. Wallace, president, Salt Lake City, Utah. Received and filed June 12, 1893.

102. Oregon Telegraph and Telephone Company, W. B. King, president, Portland, Oreg. Received and filed September 1, 1893.

103. Cie Française du Telegraphe de Paris à New York, M. LeFaivre, president. Received and filed October 11, 1893.

104. U. S. Postal Printing Telegraph Company, J. W. Rogers, president, Washington, D. C. Received and filed December 21, 1894.

105. The Board of Trade Telegraph Company, A. B. Chandler, president, New York, N. Y. Received and filed April 2, 1895.

106. The Electric News and Money Transfer Company, Allan Macdonell, president, Jersey City, N. J. Received and filed July 16, 1895.

107. The Western Telephone and Telegraph Company, Geo. W. Beers, president, Lima, Ohio. Received and filed November 25, 1895.

108. The Standard Telegraph and Telephone Company, James S. Clarkson, president, New York, N. Y. Received and filed January 4, 1896.

109. The New England Printing Telegraph Company of Massachusetts, J. R. Clark, secretary, Boston, Mass. Received and filed February 12, 1896.

110. The Postal Telegraph Cable Company of Texas, Geo. B. Perham, secretary and treasurer, Lowell, Mass. Received and filed May 18, 1896.

111. The Postal Telegraph Cable Company of Arkansas, James Thorpe, acting secretary and treasurer, Lowell, Mass. Received and filed May 28, 1896.

112. The Postal Telegraph Cable Company of Texas, George B. Perham, secretary and treasurer, Lowell, Mass. Received and filed May 28, 1896.

113. The Postal Telegraph Cable Company of Louisiana, J. H. McLeary, president, New Orleans, La. Received and filed June 11, 1896.

114. The Postal Telegraph Cable Company of Massachusetts, H. J. Pettengill, president, Boston, Mass. Received and filed September 11, 1896.

115. The Citizens' Telephone Company of Pennsylvania, Frank E. Sherwood, president, Honesdale, Pa. Received and filed April 8, 1897.

116. The Carolina Mutual Telephone and Telegraph Company of Charleston, S. C., T. Moultrie Mordecai, vice-president, Charleston, S. C. Received and filed June 7, 1897.

117. The Postal Telegraph Company of Illinois, Leander D. Parker, president, Chicago, Ill. Received and filed June 17, 1897.

118. The Southwestern Telegraph and Telephone Company of New York, George B. Perham, secretary, Lowell, Mass. Received and filed July 17, 1897.

119. The Southwestern Telegraph and Telephone Company of Texas, Charles J. Glidden, secretary, Lowell, Mass. Received and filed July 17, 1897.

120. The Spokane and B. C. Telegraph and Telephone Company, R. M. White, secretary, Meyers Falls, Wash. Received and filed July 19, 1897.

121. The Empiro Telephone and Telegraph Company, D. A. Reynolds, president, 803 New York Life Building, New York, N. Y. Received and filed September 28, 1897.

122. The National Telephone and Telegraph Company, George W. Beers, president, Fort Wayne, Ind. Received and filed October 2, 1897.

123. The Northwestern Telephone Exchange Company, George B. Perham, secretary, Lowell, Mass. Received and filed October 8, 1897.

124. The Southwestern Telephone and Telegraph Company of Arkansas, Charles J. Glidden, president, Lowell, Mass. Received and filed November 13, 1897.

125. The Sunset Telephone and Telegraph Company, John I. Sabin, president, San Francisco, Cal. Received and filed December 14, 1897.

126. The Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company, James E. Caldwell, president, Nashville, Tenn. Received and filed January 8, 1898.

127. The United Telegraph, Telephone and Electric Company, John G. Earle, president, Chicago, Ill. Received and filed March 25, 1898.

128. The Minnesota Central Telephone Company, D. N. Tallman, president, Minneapolis, Minn. Received and filed April 4, 1898.

129. The Inland Telephone and Telegraph Company, John Lawrence, vice-presi. dent, Spokane, Wash. Received and filed April 11, 1898.

130. The East Tennessee Telephone Company, 0. F. Noe), president, Nashville, Tenn. Received and filed April 18, 1898.

131. The Postal Telegraph Cable Company of Indiana, Welcome I. Capen, president, Indianapolis, Ind. Received and filed April 28, 1898.

132. The Southern Minnesota Telephone Company, Thomas A. Way, president, Slayton, Minn. Received and filed May 14, 1898. 133. The Southern Dakota Telephone Company, Thomas A. Way, president, Madi

Received and filed May 14, 1898. 134. The Western Electric Telephone Company, Thomas A. Way, treasurer, Britt, lowa. Received and filed May 14, 1898.

135. The Kinlock Telephone Company of Missouri, William F. Nolker, vice-president, St. Louis, Mo. Received and filed May 20, 1898.

136. The American District Telegraph Company of Indiana, H. D. Bennett, president, Indianapolis, Ind. Received and filed June 9, 1898.

137. The Standard Telephone Company of Missouri, Thomas T. Crittenden, president, Kansas City, Mo. Received and filed June 20, 1898.

138. The American District Telegraph Company of Columbus, Ohio, William F. Burdell, secretary, Columbus, Ohio. Received and filed July 6, 1898.

139. The Commercial Cable and Telegraph Company, J. O. Stevens, assistant secretary, 253 Broadway, New York, N. Y. Received and filed July 9, 1898.

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