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San Francisco, California: February 10, 1890

The Wells Fargo Express Company it pleased to announce the inauguration of its new Aerial Express Service from New York to San Francisco via Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City (Missouri), Houston, Albuquerque, and Los Angeles. Aerial flyers, weather permitting will depart New York and San Francisco on Mondays throughout the year, and arrive on the opposite coast on Saturday. Cabins for twenty 1st class passengers and thirty-two 2nd class passengers are provided, comparable to the finest Pullman accommodations, while sumptuous meals will be prepared and served to tempt the most delicate of appetites. Space for up to 50 tons of cargo is also available for urgent shipments of goods.

Passengers may travel from coast to coast or from points along the route as space is available. Cargo may also be dropped off and collected at the stopping points on the route. Through fares will be $125 for 1st class and $75 for 2nd class. Cargo will be charged at the rate of $1.00 per 100 pounds per 100 miles, or fraction thereof. Inquire at your local Wells Fargo Express office for further details about traveling on one of our new Wells Fargo Aerial Flyers: the Russell, the Majors, the Waddell, and the Fargo.

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