NP, MAP 2/3/1863

From the Memphis Appeal
February 3, 1863
Alabama & Mississippi Rivers Railroad
From Meridian to Selma, Ala.
Ticketed Through to Montgomery, Ala.
   A daily passenger train leaves Meridian at 7 A. M., arrives at Selma at 6 P. M., and Montgomery at 11 A. M. next morning -- through from Meridian to Montgomery in twenty-three hours.
   Leaves Montgomery at 7 P. M., arrives at Selma at 6 A. M. and Meridian at 5 P. M. next evening -- through from Montgomery to Meridian in twenty-three hours. Pausing to breakfast at Meridian dine at Demopolis, take supper in Selma, sleep all night on the steamers Warrior or Cherokee, and breakfast in Montgomery next morning, finishing on connection with the cars on the Montgomery & West Point Railroad. Passengers by this route can also take cars at Selma for Talladega and Jacksonville, on the Tennessee & Alabama River Railroad.
   This is the most direct route to Montgomery from Canton, Jackson and Vicksburg, making the time twelve hours less than by any other route. Pass through to Montgomery $11.
D. H. Feger
Superintendent W. D.