Louis vi lle, Sopt. 8, Last Thursday a foraging party from Cuirberland Gap, enoounterad a party oí rebels reven miles distant. The Federal loss was one killed and three wounded. The rebela vvere driven away with coasiderable loss, as thcy ere exposed to a raking fire from a 32-pouuder. The rebels yesterday destroyed the water stations at Bagdad and Beuson, on the Louisville and Frankfort liailroad, and toro up ouo huudrud yards of track at Bagdad. Thero aio rumors quite general here, but wlieroof headquarturs havo uot beeu advised. It is said that Gen. Thos. L. Critteudeu has vanqiiíshcd a portion of Brugg's l'orces ueiir Gullatin ; also tbat iiragg's entire torees are crossing Cuinberlaud river with a view of iuvadiug Northern Keutucky. A party of rebels went on Saturday to West Point, at the raouth of Salt River, inteuding to captura uy trading boats there, but vatuosed on ascerUiuing that all sueh boats bad been removed to the Indiana shoro. The Southern line is working to Russelville and Franklin, Ky. Mkmpiiis, Sopt. 6. The following iteais are from the Grenada Appeal : " Buckuer is created Major-General and assigned command of the Third Grand División of the Arniy. " Beauregard and staft" arrivcd at Mobile on Saturday last. Hia health is fully rtístored. " A joint committee has been appointed by the rebel Gongress to investigute charges agaiust Secretary Mallory, who is said to be very unpopular with. scecssionists." The armcd rebel steamer Yorktown, from Mobile to Havana, was totally lost. Twonty-six of the crew wero saved. 'J'he Appeal gXovifios exceedingly over late rebel suecesses. The New Orlen Delta, of the 28th, says the Federáis are perfeotly confident of their abilitv to hold the city against Breckinridge and Van Dorn, whom it invites to anüther contest.