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at Cumberland, Maryland. A dispatch from Wheeling announces that a party of rebel cavalry dashed into Cumberland before daylight yesterday morning, "surprised and captured the pickets, and then made prisoners and carried off Generals Crook and Kelly." The marauders were probably a portion of White's rebel cavalry, which has been operating in West Virginia for some time since. "Surprises of pickets" is the stereotyped excuse for all the depredations that have been committed at Cumberland, New creek, Piedmont, and other points in that vicinity, and it is nearly time they were effectually put an end to. A force was sent after the rebels, as usual, but with what success has not yet been ascertained. General Crook has several times distinguished himself in the operations under General Sheridan. General Kelly has been a long time in command of the Department in which Cumberland is situated, but we cannot say whether he was in command at the time of the raid. A few days ago, a scouti