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the rebels, consisting of Col. Imboden's cavalry, about four hundred and fifty strong, with two pieces of artillery.--Brig Gen. Kelley and staff arrived in town via Bedford, during Tuesday night, and took the early Wednesday morning train for New Creek, which had proceeded but a few miles up the road when it was discovered that the track had been torn up. The train returned to Cumberland only to encounter the force which commanded the city from the hill, but when the two shells were dischargend in a feverish, unsettled state. Intelligence has reached the city that Imboden's cavalry are committing extensive depredations to the railroad and canal property a few miles below us. On Thursday evening a force of Federal cavalry, from New Creek, rode into town, and were received with cheers from the populace who thronged the streets.--They immediately set to work to hunt up straggling members of Imboden's cavalry, who were ascertained to be abiding here with their friends, and succeed