OR, Series 1, Vol. 32, Part 2, Page 737

February 14, 1864 -- 4:30 a. m.
Lieut. Gen. L. Polk
   All trains have passed down except the one from Columbus, which was to have left there at 3 a.m., and will probably reach here at 11 a.m. The last down-train brought all the bacon and ordnance stores from West Point, Brookville, and Macon, and we have left a few cars above, but the loss will be small. All the stores at this place have been loaded up and the last will go forward in the train which takes me. The whole arrangements have been entirely successful. If the enemy can be held in check until 11 o'clock our last train will be safe.
With my best wishes for your success, I am, general, your obedient servant,
L. J. Fleming   {Superintendent, Mobile & Ohio RR}