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roying that between Dalton and Nashville. So timid have the Yankees in their forts been, that much of their cattle has been driven off almost from under their guns. The possession of Atlanta may now be said to be reduced to a cavalry fight about the lines of communication, and Sherman so recognizes it. The recognition, however, comes a little too late. The disaster to Stoneman's raid deprived him of the best part of his cavalry, and now that the time has come for its use, he has only Kilpatrick to rely on to catch Wheeler. This general was started out on that mission directly it was known that Wheeler had left, but, finding pursuit useless, turned his attention to destroying the West Point and Macon lines of railroad running out from Atlanta. While at Jonesboro', on the Macon road, he fell into the hands of both Confederate infantry and cavalry, got thrashed, and made his way back to Sherman after losing heavily. Sherman will have now to prepare for recrossing the Chattaho