ack, with his precious charge, alighted from the car, accompanied by the rest of the party, all of whom took carriages and proceeded to a splendid mansion corner of H and Fifteenth streets.
This strange gentleman in black was no less a personage than George B. McClellan, General-in-Chief of the army of the United States.
He proceeded on this quiet mission to meet his wife, daughter, and mother-in-law, Mrs. Marcy, and their friends.
The General was accompanied from Washington by Mrs. Captain Raymond.
The Reported disagreement in the Cabinet — an attempt to Smooth it over.
From the following we should infer that Bennett's correspondent has been instructed to invent some pretext by which to make it appear that the reported difficulty between old Abe and his Cabinet had no foundation in fact.
The effort, however, is fruitless, for the facts of a disagreement between them, communicated by more than one Washington correspondent, too plainly indicate that the rupture is of a