Louisville, May 11. O no liundred and forty-threo of Morgan's cavalry at noon 'to day coptured f'orty cight froight and four passenger rnrs and two locomotivos at Gave City, Kentucky. Morgan supposod tlio train Uould contain twenty-eigiit, cavalry priíoncrs bound northward. The operator at Cavo City, liowever, gave notitie of these facts to ]5owling Green nnd Rtopped the upward train. Ainong the c&ptured Federáis were Majors Helvctiand Coffe, both of Woolford's Cavalry, and onc otli?r Federal officcr and thrce or four soldiere. Tbe rebele burned all the abovo oars oxecpt two and a locomotivo vbiefa t'i-onglit the pawengrs back to - The Official report of the lulled and woiüi.led of the' Federal fleet in passing the foris bflow New ÜrleanS, makes tho total killul 30, total wounded 119. A few cessels had not yèt reportod.