d a portion of our cavalry entered that place to-day.
No enemy south of Staunton.
His main force is about Harrisonburg. "R. E. Lee."
We have authentic intelligence that Colonel F. T. Munford, commanding Wickham's brigade of cavalry, attacked one division of the enemy in Waynesboro' on Wednesday, and after a sharp encounter, drove them from the town in the direction of Staunton.
Forrest "Moving on"--another gallant Exploit.
General Forrest attacked the town of Sulphur Springs, Alabama, nine miles north of Athens, a few days ago, and captured over eight hundred prisoners, including one lieutenant colonel, two majors, ten captains and twenty-two lieutenants.
He also captured three hundred fine horses, two pieces of artillery, and a large amount of stores of every description.
The enemy's loss was near two hundred, while ours, in killed and wounded, was but thirty-five.
The fort at Sulphur Springs consisted of two block houses, and was considered the strongest p