A correspondent of the Tribune gives an explabfttion why MeClellun did not report to Gen. Scott, of whic-h fm:t bo gre; t a handle has been made agninst the latter by bis villifiers. Tha correspondent nays : Miiny persons are disappointed in barning that Gen Scott will not pub lisfa an explanan n cf bis complaints against Gen. McClellan to the Secre} try of War, whioh was, by tha culi oí Mr. Stevens, of Penn., on the Sefie" taryof War, published and read in the llousu Of lleprusentativts. Many ast why was tho letter oailed for. There was discusión on the subject, and thev aak what it wasintended to show by it Tbareby hungg a talo. General ScottV ponition isa very delicate one; sonie people do BUgpeot the General'! Union sentiments to lean toward the " wnyward sisters;" but no matter aboul that. Gen. Scott write the Secretan1 of War, coitiptaining of McClellan' indiffurence or negleut of him for not rer.ortjng his plans or consulting bim abo ut the disposition of Ing foroon, - This occurred ome time after it had been discovered by Gun. MoOlellan tha'. General Scott's office was not the sal'est place for him to exposé his plans or make known what hs wu- doinif it is not unkuown thatGar. 1 Clel'au's plans had been severa] times in a verv mysteriuin way made known to tho robels alinost as quiekly as they were made known to our commanders in tho field General McClullan found out the individual ; it was Gen. Scoti's son-in-law Henry L. Sco t, who was wiih Gensral Scott in Washington as an Inspector General, with rank, pay, &c, of a Col onol of cavalry. Gou. McCllelian went to the President about tha exUaordinary denouement, and Colonel Soolt and A dj ut asi General Thomas, who was also mispectod of treachery, were fiummoned to the White House to be Oon'fronted on the charge. Cd. Scot oonfesned his g-, iik! What was done? Why, Cotonel Scott, instead of being shot for his tieason, was allowed to be placad on the retired list for lifa, and to receive the pay and emolumenta of a Lieutenant Colonel of cavalry I He immudiately went to Europe, where he i-i doing all he can for secossion ! Gun Sjott will not publish anything. He knows the reason why Gen. McCleHan did not report his plans to liim, and Gen. Scott wil not stir up a matter t'iut would be oí no advantage to ene of' his family who is a trititor living opon a g ivernment which he basely betrays. C3" 'i'he London Times office en-, ploys 370 persons, every branch ai d department being managed with the most systematic precisión nnd discipline. The paper has now a daily cirouliition of 65,000, roquiring eleven tons of paper per day. The papar used is of linen. The large oylinder press upon which the paper is priuted turns outcight pnperB èvery second and a huif, or, allowing for stoppages, about 12500 per hgur - equal to one thon' and every four minutes. Af'or tho type is set for the day 's paper, stereo type copies are inada of it, in order to : s :pply forma from whioh to print a suf fiuient issue tor the day. No paper are issiuid to subscribers directly (rom tlie office- they being supplied by newsmen. frL " What naait', sir," Fid the clork of the steamship company, as the cockney gonllcman applied tor a passage to E'jrope. " Jon Hogifén," fis the reply. The clmk coiniüonced to s.;ell it--" John Hoy;1' - ' Tut, tut, miin," sniil Ihc Englishman, "do you take ma for a 'ug ? begin it with a ho." E3P " Will you marry me Miss r" " Sir, you know I h;ive often declared that I would neyer marry." "O, yes; if I had:i't known it T shouldu't liave asked you." B„ A Dutchman in western New York, who was urged to enlist by n, rocruiting officor, mid lie had too largo a lamilj'- a wifo and six cliildren, and most seven. The officer said no more. giT Brigadier General James A. Gat field has beun announced Chiof of' the Staflf of Maji-r General RoHPcrans - the rrost distinguished positiofl in the Army of the Cuiiiberland. Gener al Garfield was d'Stinguished by hissuecess ogainst Humplirey Marshall, in Eastern Kuntucky, and also at Shiloh. He is an ofïicer of very superior abiü ties, and will make his mark iu his new position. VW Bo careful of yonr word, cvrn in keepincr the most trifling nppointment. But do not blame another for n failure of that kind till you have heard his excuso. fy Mrs. Partington enst her eyo on the title page of Victor Hiiffo's great work nnd exclaimed : " Well, I thank the Lord that I am not so constipated as to feel t'ie lenst commotion of envy tovrnnls any of my fe'low creatnres who arebecimingf.íí mitrrable, though mv own uiTering con'inue as autute as (.ver." Preciosis Ciiild - 'Ma, is Toozen pa's angel ?" n Astonisiiep Maternal - " No, dear; : what put sueh an idea in your lie id ?" Preoious Ciiild. - " 'Tawa, everv time you do up tairs to dess baby, pa ttiktfs her on his lip and talls hor his angel, and makes hor loot red " Precious child gets a stiok of candy, and " Toosen " a walking stick.