The Ciuoinnati Commercial gives tbe followiDg pretended solutioa of the rumored removal of General Roseerans, which niay be the correct one : Secretary Stanton arrived at Indianapolis oa a special traía froni Washington. About the same time Gen. Grant and staff arrived in a special train froai Cairo. - Both parties left imrnediatoly in a special train for Louisville, en route for Chattanooga. The explanation of all this, as it comes to us frorn to us from a reliable source, is that Gen. Hooker was at Stovensou with his troops, claiming that his coramand was part of his army. In order to settle this imbroglio, Gen. Grant, who rauks both liosecraus aud Hooker, goes to Chattanooga, to overlook matters, and keep both Generáis in their commands. Out of this has grown tho report that Geu. Grant Las superaeded Gen. Rosecrans. JJ3Í" That theatrical kind of virtne, which requires publicity for [its stage and applauding people for its audience, could not be depended on in the secrecy of golitude or the retirement of the desert. t He is the greatest man vvhose strength carrios up the most bearts by the "UraotioD of his own.