íairfax Station, Nov. 4. Information frorn the front says that cavalry, under Gen. Stahl, lust evoning drove the enerny out of' Thoroughfare Gip, nnd a división of Gen. Scln.rz advanced and look possession ot' it. No enemy rninin d in hight last eveninp at diiik. Onr div siona of Sigul's forcé, under Stahl and Van S'oinvvehr, are well upen the railroad, in supporting distance of Schnrz. üur cavalry alxo now hold Iiuc-kland W. üls, here recently the rebels had a pottv gn&TÓ Büvard't forcé batch Aldio and the country between that point and the front of Sigel's advance. The r bel fora at Catlett's Station nnd VVitrrunton Junction had nut been uhmiged up to yentcrday rnorning. - Union peoplo ho liave juut cotne in report there is a rebel forcu of 5,000 infunlry and 2,000 cavalry at the town oí Warrenton, with nome artillery.