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WHEE LING VA. MONDAY MQR^S;"yQVEMBER 16, 1857
aijc UlljceUng Intclligciucr,
daily, tri-wkbklv and weekly, by
CAMPBELL & MoDERMOT.
OFFICE?Corner of Main and" Quincy streets
?Entrance from Quincy st.
T*l-Wwcilt ,per annum $8,'uO
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CJilUliCHKS OK WHEELING.
tor the information of strangers visiting the clty,wu pub
llsli U.e following list of the different Churches, and their
lime aud place of meeting. If there are any mistakes, we
*111 make the necessary correction with pleasure:
6. Matthew'*, A'pincojHtliun, Corner Monroe and Byron
streets, Bev. K. T. Paaaiss, Rector; morning service. It)#
clock, evening, 7.
St. john't, EpUtopalinn, Main street, between Fust and
Hccoud, Ceutre Wheeling, Kev. J. II. S*tm, A. 11., Kector
Service.?Morning ll'Hi afternoon ??<; night 7#.
t int t+tMbyierian, Htv. P.. U. Wu, I'astor, Fourthst.,
etween Monroe and yulntj ;servlctsuiornln*and alternoou
Second I'rvbyUriun, Webster street, between Main and
31 arket,Centre Wheeling; services morning and evening.
Third I'renbyteriun, filth street, between Chestnut and
Talbert sts., South Wheeling, lie v. t. Wotina, Pa.tot, servi
ces morning and evening.
fourth Jrerbpterian, Rev. A. PiCLL, Pastor, Malnstreel,
I etween Washington and Auams iu., services morning and
fourth Street MethodM Episcopal, P.eT. J. K. Wiuso*,
Pastor,Fourthatreet, between Monri.e audQulncy; services
tawruiug aud evening.
A\Tth&trc<t M<thodM Episcopal, Rev. A. A. R*a?t*,Pastor
corner Uarket and Norih sts., Noith Wheeling; services
morning and evenlug.
Chai lr.it **'<tt Methoditl SpiKopat, R.v. T. II. Mos
a ?a. Pastor, Chapline street, between First and Second,
Centre Whee'.'ng; services morning and evening.
South ,1V.re'.'11/ H. E. Church, I'.ev. A. Srtvass,
Pastor; services morning and evening.
)Yhi<liuo Woml Chapel, on Wheeling Island, Rev. J.
German JI.ihu.IM Spbcopal, Rev.C. Uvlwiu,Pastor,
Chapline street, between Web.ler an<l Tbitd, Centre Wlieel
St. Jamet Cathedral, Roman CaUiolic, IU. Rev. IIishop
R. V. Wlliul, Fifth street, corner of Uampden; services
uiorning and afternoon.
? A**.H-iate lie/crtued. Rev. J. T. McClcke, Pastor, corner
of Mai ket and Jefferson sts.; servicesmorning andafternoon.
1/iKipU't, Market street, between Webster and Third.
Centre Wheeling', services lotf lu Uia morning, and 7X
Araueellcal Protectant, Rev.. J. Hixrsa, Pastor, Clay
J.reet, above Sixtli, Kast Wheeling.
Zion EtanyeUcul Luthtrian, Rev. F. Zimmxsiuian,
Pastor, Market street, between Webster and Third; Centre
W heeling; services morning and evening.
Jeicith Jynujovue, Quincy street, between Market and
German J*r.>testant, Union Hall. Main street, between
Monroe and Quincy; services 10* morning.
ODD FELLOW iS' DlItKOTOlil'
Vlr??sslis? I.otI#c No. Meets every Thursday
evening at the Hall, corner of Market and Monroe street.
Jamm W. N. G.; U. J/. Carr, Secretary.
Franklin l.od*r ??. ??.?Meets as aboveevery
Monday evening. J- J- Frkscii, N. G.; H. P. Mc
??'sss. '1'ell l.mlge !*?. 3:1.?Meets as above eve
ry We.lne.day evening. Cms. Dicsmsx, N. U.; John
Unlade, Secretary. |
IVhrrliUK l.odit* !V?. 3?.?MeeU every Monday
evening at the Hall, corner Market and Quincy street..?
T monacax, N. O.; John ThoVunt, Secretary.
Panola l.odae S J.-Meets as above every
Friday evenlug. A. A. Sm.th, N. O.; IT. Ulanekard
Ibrnnt*! Hncnnipiurnt No? t ??Meets at the
Hall, corner Market and Monroe streets, the Jtrut and third
Tuesday evenings of each mouth. N. G. Maisb,C. P.; W.
IT. BlancKardf Scribe.
Wm. Tell Kncampment Wo. 3 4.?Meets as
above th* wcowrf and fourth TueS?la.v evenings of each
month. 1UXRY Kurt*, C. p.; Cha9. Litick^ 8cribe.
Ohio V.od?r .**0. tOI.?MeeU at Masonic Hall,
corner Market and Monroe streets, the.Itrat and third Mon
day evexdngs of each month. G. W. Sights, IF. M.; Ale*'
muter JutUi/hlin, Secretary.
Wheeliug l.odgc No. WS.?Meets as above on
theJfr*t and third Thursday evenings of each month. F. A.
BkkSTLiNQKR, W. M.; S. IF. P6ursofi^ Secretary.
Wheeliag ITtt ion Chapter No. 10.?Meets as
above on the second Monday evening of each month. IV. G
Scott, 1?. P.; 5. W. P6nr*o7i, Secretary.
\% tacrliu^s Kncnoipnieiit No. 1 .?Meets a#
ab?vron \htfourth Monday evening of each month. IV. J
Bark's. G. C., -?!. Recorder.
. liUSSELL <fc PITZHUGH,
Aliorueys uud Conniitlloik ul l.aw.
No. 69, Mokro* street.
J. H. PESL'LKTOJf, TH. MKLVIX.
PENDLETON & MsLVIN.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Office, Over he Bunk of Wheeling,
&T"Attend regularly the Superior and Inferior Courts of
tijookc, Hancock and Ohio counties. novbily
J AH. 8. WIIKATE7
A T TORS EY AT LA TT,
HAVING fufticiently recovered to be able to resume the
practice of his profession, he may, for the present, be
found at hid residence on Quincy street, between fourth and
Fifth sts. * oct4:tf
JOHN R. DONEHOO;
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
"V\7"ILL practice in the courts of ilaucock, Brooke, Ohio
T ? and Marshall counties.
Office over that of Z. Jacob, Esq., Monroe St., opposite
the Court House, Wheeling, Va. jaPiS.ly
Li lil It Or K li A: I L O F F MAN,
Every description of Leather,
VcnlerM In Wool and IIIdea*
"Hoi t liooni No. 170, comer Market alUy ami Maine street,
(Sf^Shoe Findings of all kinds on hand, and sold at very
TTriWEENEY & SON,
(SUCCfettOKS Tf? SWKKXEYU * llKLL)
MAN UFACTURER& OF
i'hiuu, QaieeiiHwnrr, l.nnips, <*iiaudolra,
'J'uble Cutlery. Ac.
No 65, MAIN STREET,
ST. CLAIR HOTEL,
[lUKXKaLY KXCUAXOK HuTKL.l
Orurr of I'eun and Ml, C'luir ilreru,
W. C. CONNELLY, Proprietor.
WholesuXe imd ICeinll
Hat and Cap Manufacturer.
ygy IIas on hand the largest and l>e?t uswortuient of llats
tn<i fanr of nil qualities ami sites- jnll
O. W. U?.l?WK10... K. h.SWKAHlSUKK.
HEISKELL & SWGARINGEN,
Dealeritiu nil kiuda of
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods. "
Corner of Market and Union streets,three doors from Geo.
E. Wickham's Auction Room s,
aug*l_ WHEELING VA.
R. CltANGLE CO.,
Forwarding and Commission
rORMF* JIOXKOK AXII MAKaKT BTP.XKT8,
Wholesale dealer in Groceries,
Foreign and Domestic Wines and Liquors,
No. 181 West sirs Mahkht S?uahi,
m?T:ly WHEELING. VA.
. U'CLALLlcX. M. MVLALLKN, Jh. C. D. KXOX
M'CLALLENS & KNOX,
II liolexnle A Kciall ilrnlcru in all kindiar
Boots, Shoes, Leather, etc.
No, 190, Main ttrcct,
U. B. DKLAPLAIA*.
TALLANT 8c API*AIN,
VOltW ABlUi^Cr -?-* ? ? -
No. 29 Ma in Strut, and No. 12 Mwot&.ruti
" llljt'l'i??* if, ' ?
F- R. ARMSTRONG,
A.iS ENT AWII DK4I.EB ?N
Office corner of Main and Union streets,
?un87-lyd _ WIIEELING.VA.
Xo. 8 if a in ?/., near the Creek Bridge,
W. F. Peterson,
KIKE, MARINE LIKE INSUlt'OB
AND l.ANI) AGENT.
Na. SI Monrok STWKirr. Whskmkq, Va.
J. ?. DREW.
T. M. DBAKK.
DREW & DRAKE,
(Su9ccwor% io S. D. Woodrata, Agent.)
NO- 5 WASHINGTON MALL,
KKF.P constantly on hand a large and choice assortment
of articles usually kept in a first class FAMILY GRO
CERY, together with the most choice and selected brands of
TOIIACCO and CIGARS. apl ?
JNO. D. MTCARR^
DEALER in Western Laud, Town and City property,
Lund Warrants, and Ageut for the sale of city proper
ty. Particular attention paid to the Iucation and transfer
of Western Land*.
ggy-Qilice No. 1 "Hornbrook's Row,'* up stairs. 1
BOOTS, SHOES, <f-c.,
IVo. iya. itlninm.
S. D. HARPER & SON,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
HATS CAPS, STRAW GOODS,
MUM'S, txas. AM) CAiiPKT BAGS.
N0.129 Main bt. corner of Union,
W. A. F.UWAXJJS. THOtJ. KDWA&DS
?W A. EDWARDS & BRO.,
Corner of Murhet unU .11 on tor *treetM,
OPPOSITE THE McLUKE HOUSE,
?r-v , ? WHEELING, VA.
PFErery variety of Gi oct nc, Spicea, Hi undies, \V l.is
kits, Wines, Gin, Ale, Tobacco, Cigars, Ac., AcM constantly
on hand. ap'l
O. P. BROWN,
DEALER IN CLOCKS, WATCHES. JEWEL
RY AND FANCY GOODS,
No. 108. Horubtook s Building,
1*1 ii in Nl.. 11 hf-rlitig.
CLOCKS a ltd WA'JVIJKS carejttlly repaired.
CiKOCtlilKS, FLOUIt, MII.Ij
Feed, Corn, Oata and baled Hay.
OrrOSTK T?K 2d PR^BTTKPJAK CHCXOH, WKBbTLK eTXVCT.
py-Thr hlshtst price paid In Cmxli for Conotiy Produce.
JOHN L. HARGREAVES,
UNION II A I. Is B U I If U 1 N U ,
50. SS MAI9 8TKXKT, WHKAUKG, VA.
Ultolesale and Retail dealer in Paints, Oils, Sash Doors,
Winoow Glass, Looking Glasses,
Brushes, 4c., if.
HAVING purchased the entire stock of J. A. Vincent,
and made important and heavy additions, I trust, by
constantly keeping a pood assortment, ami selling at moder
ate prices, to obtain a reasonable share of the patronage of
ray old friends and the public generally. Call at my uew
?store. JOHN L. HAHUREAVES.
j. C. COLLINS,
Grocery, Feed and Produce Store,
No. IS9 WurkrlUqnnrr. treat aide.
WHEELING, VA. v ^
Kr.SPconiUnUv on b.ndallkindiur Fit J, such a, Oati,
Corn, Brail, Short*. Ship Stuff*, tlc? Flour, Com Meal,
Butter, Eggs, Poultry, Provisions, and Dried Fruit of all
kinds, together with a complete assortment of Faindy Gro
^F"Cash paid for corn, oats. Flaxseed, Dried Fruits,
Sheep&kins, hides, butter, eggs andpoullvj . aplV
W. & J. STEWART,
HliOnCTfREM Of ill. KI>U? or
.STOVES. UUA'l'fcM, l'l,OI)?ll ??ON8,
CiMllne* for Tbrexhins i'lucliluea,
BGRTH RABTCOR. yARRKTBQUARB, (BRIDOB CORHBR.)
STEWART & CALDWELL,
COPPER, TIN, AND SHEET IRON WARE,
cprER r.-.D or JURtrr wjrjssr.
V BKXTIAN blinds
83 .Tinin Ht.
CONTINUES to msnulacture to order (wholesale and r;.
tail) a beautiful variety of
VES1TIAN WINDOW BLINDS
of every color and size, and at Eastern pries.
These Blinds are superior to every other kind of Window
Blinds in use.
ty Call and examine specimens.
Sf7 ?.?Old Blinds repainted, and trimmed equal
I. JUL. PUMPREX".
b'OU\VAltUIN<i <V5 COMMISSION
BO. 70 MAI* SBKBTT, NBAR1.T OPPOSITE HIS OLD STAND.
List k Howell, Wheeling, Va,
C.41J. Davenport, Barnet*viile,0.
Burt,Shafer & Smith, Cambridge, O.
1). Applepate, Zane*viIIe, O.
Price & Son, Siuithtield, O.
O. A. Zaue, Baltimore. fc27
19 NOW OPENING A LARUE ASSORTMENT OP
MEN'S, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S
hats and caps,
POK NPItINO AND ISWniiTIKK WEAK.
NO. 14U MAIN STRhEl,
ar.29 ?? AVHItV.
~q BAKbii. J- R- bakkb. "? R. Foitsrrn.
BAKER, FORSYTH & CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO LOl'.AN, It ARE It A CO.
*. U. JOUK. JXO. P. VIWHKMT.
PA^KlTivx'Xl^PAISr & CO.
OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE,
.llnin?t^ opposite *. ^
Plummer and Gas Fitter,
NO. 178, MAIN SI.,
?3?-ii nnsKS fitted up with Water and Gas. Orders
jufthecouiiYry fur Pipes and Pumps attended to..short
llct' n. B. iiw'COKERi
r"THE U NION.
Arch Street, above Third,
EVANS & NEWCOMER.
kORGK J. RYR1>. -f
BYRD & HALL.
UiXOrJCTCKKS * wnOLMALI D11ALEKB is
jmbrellas and parasols.
\>0 12 WAKREN-STKEET,
M- -?>rT ?
H. M. SMITH, Proprietor.
5lknmt.a.ft"iy '.'"he"centr^oTtuJlnJs and Muvenlenl
i) all the railroad depots and the shipping. fe
VV. HEBUBN, ?
JIOOSE FURNISH IN(x AND HOUSE
NO. SO MONROE
J . M . M'FADIN & C O.,
* [LATE TR1PLETTS, McKADIN A CO.] _ _
HO -3 LBVRE, k tlO COMMEttCUL 8TRKKT,
??. l.oula, Mo., ?.
'\r.DERS for Lead, llenip. Provisions, Hour, Grain, Ac.,
J solicited and promptly executed;
t J. ASDKKiOS A Co., Bankers, 8t. Louis, Mo.
L. A. Baso.sr A Co.,
ALFRED HUGHES, M. O.
I AS removed his oilice and residence, and permanenltly
??323, at the corner of fourth and Qulncey streets,
,elow the First Presbyterian Churoh
Office Uocrs:?Morning, from , to 9
BILL OP PRICES??Por* single visit, TScents; medicine,
BILL o* r ?ivr^ morc TtBiu a day, 50 cents; tnedicldc,
'3 cent!! Advice at office, and medicine, from 26 to 50 cts,
i mi upward-, as the
Vhdtswth^couiiU^, according to distance.
rhe above "Bill of Prices" U given because
ihargea are much higher.
jonducted^under tlm firm of ^a~acker A Son, he will
lotltlnnelheaame at t merit a contlnuauce
?ould Showed on the old tirm.
?f the patronage so Bberali, E?tcrn cities, and Is now
Hehasjust returarffrom^he^^ ^ ,nJ
jpenllig ?n * v 2-ncy articles, Ac., all ?f which were
Chei^cals,P?fumerj,P J and with scrupu
the public on the most reasonable terms.
COPPKB, t/n & ?um i?OIS WABB
TII ASKFtn, for the liberal patronage heretofore
bestowed UIK1I1 him, the subscriber would respect
? fully inform his friends, and the public generally,
LSit he continues to manufacture the above named
J If. articles in all their variety, all of whichi hea'"
wayso^hand, a good assortment for wholesale and retail at
r'HealToPk?p. on hand Cooking Stoves of the mostapprov
^SVoJkwmcoSmmc-t. receive hl.r*rtlcnlar...
teSon. and be executed with promptness and In a style that
will please the most fastidious^ VAR.;Ey
So. S, Main street.
Sheppard and Morgan,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Saddle, Harness and Trunk Manufacturers
No. 131, Main St. Corner of L mon.
HA^ E now on hand a large and complete assortment of
all articles In our line, consisting ai Ladies and Gen
en's Saddles, fine and coarse Harness; Iron, Frame and
? i r??Ls and Valiees, Carpet Bags, Satchels, Upper
Ueather^liogshin, Hair and Wool Collars Whips, Han.es.
4 Saddle* of everv description and quality, fiotn the lowest
wigon a^d Cart Harness of U.? best material and work
m A*large assortment of Carpet Bags and Satchels of every
r^Ulwork"rter?d ?"u bTf^nished promptly, andno ef
fort wU? be sp?"-< 'o merit a continuance of public fa
T?no?17VC ?S *CaU" 8HEPHABD * MORGAN.
The i.ast of this Season !
hl;e tbisscasotif Call early ?? Kurn '.hl^tore
??f ?? No. Ilo Main 8t.
T RAN SPORTATION.
TJtAXSEORTATtON OW10K H. i 0. II. U., I
>S ukilikg Statios, Nov. 7th, 1557. )"
ON and after Sunday Evening, Nov. Sth, the Pwuksn^vr
trains 111 leave this station dally at P:I0 A.M., 4:40
P. M., and 10 1*. M., Wheeling time. The Accommodation
daily, (except Sundays) at S:lo A. M., will receive and dis
charge passeugem at all the principal stations between
WheeJing and Cumberland. Tho Accommodation train is
discontinued on Ernst end of road.
The Express train daily, ot 4:1?? P. M., will receive mul
lischargc paetengers it tl?c following stations only : Ben
trood, Moundmll*', Cameron, Burton, Benton's Ferry,
Fairmo.it, Fetterronn, Grafton, Rowlsburg, Piedmont, Cum
berland, No. 12 Water Station,Sir John's Run, Martinthurg,
Harper's. Feriy, Monocacy, S.vkesville, and Washington
Junction. The Mull train daily, (except Saturday) at 10
I'. M., will receive aud discharge passengers at all theprin
The trains will arrive as follows: Mall train 4 A M , Kx
iress train H:i5 A. M., Accommodation train, from Cum*
>erland, at 0::<5 P. M., Wheeling time.
W. t*. WOODSI*E, Sup't.
ncvO J. B FORD, Agent.
CHANGE OF SCliliOUi^K.
3N and after Tuesday, Nov. ttd," lt57, aud until turtiier
notice, the Passenger and Mail Train will leave..this
tutlon as follow*:
Mail Train leaves Wheeling at PrOO A. M.
%t arrives at Washington., .at 11:30 A. M.
Mail Train leaves Washington at 2:00 P. M.
" 44 arrives at Wheeling at 4:80 P.M.
On arrival at Washington, will connect with good and
omfortabk-ooaches for Canuonsburph, Pittsburgh, Browns
Ule and Wsynesburg. O. D'TllOMPSON, Sup't.
I.\ B. PEIUSEL, Agent at Wheeling. | nov4
TRANSPORTATION OFFICE IIEMPFIELD R. R. I
WllKBLIKG, Oct.K, 1657. f
t'-HE above road is now open and ready to transfer freight
and pa^engers from Wheeling to Washington and all
Freight, receipted through to Washington. Depot, Forsyth's
octS O. D. THOMPSON, Sup't, Wheeling.
Cleveland, Pittsburg & Wheeling
"\N nml after Monday, October SOth, 1M7, Truiiu will
J run as follows :
4 M p<A?aIlfe!& nt u? war Staticns, ar
i:00 M, Kxpskss Thais, stopping at all way"' *sVirttbffir,
arrives at Pittsburgh at 7:20 P. 51. aud Bridge
port at 7:0i* P. M.
00 A. M., Mail 'I kais, stops at all stations cxcept New
Salisbury, arrives at Cleveland at 8:&d P. M.
and at Bridgeport at 12:64 P. M.
80 P. M., EXPKK8S TraIX, stopping at way stations ex
cept New Salisbury, East Rochester, Earlville,
Bed lord and Newburg, arriving at Clevelaud at
9:8o P. M. and at Bridgeport at 7:oV V. SI.
26 A. M., Mail Train, stopping at all way stations?ar
riving at Pittsburgh at 1:10 P. M. and at Cleve
land at 3:56 P. M.
31 P. M., Express Train will atop at nil stations except
Nt.w Salibbuiy, Bust Roehester, Earlville, Bed
ford and Newburg. Deep Run, Sloans, Port
liorner, bimmltvilie, Hanover, Moultree, Win
chester and Lima are (lag stations for this train.
Arrivs at Pittsburgh at 7:20 P. M. and at Cleve
land at 9:80 P. M.
S35T" Connections are made by all through trains as fol
At Pittsburgh, with Pennsylvania Railroad, for Philadel
iia, llaltiniore, New York and Boston.
At Cleveland, with trHin? aud steamboats, far Toledo, De
oit, Chicago and the North-West; also, for Erie Dunkirk,
uQhIo, Niagara Falls and Canada.
At Steubenville and Bellalr, with the Steubenville & Indi
ra and Central Ohio Railroads, for Cadis, Coshocton, New
rk Barnesville, Zanesville, Wilnington, Lancaster, Colum
ns, CI cinuati, Iudiauapolls and Si. Louis.
At Wheeling, with Baltimore k Ohio Railroad, for Cura
tflaqd^larper's Ferry, Baltimore and Washington City.
laical aud Thrdtigh Tickets catibe prbcbre?Pat the vari
js offices on the line; nleo at tht Union Ticket Office, oupo
te the Levee, Wheeling, Va., and at the Union Office, 51
upcrlor street, Cleveland, Ohio.
Transportation OfficeC. & P. R. R. I C.E GORHAM,
Cleveland, O., Oct. 21st, 1S57. ) Mast'r Transport'n.
WHEELING 'JO CINCINNATI.
WEST AND SOUTH.
1I0RTEST AND MOST DIRECT ROUTE
0UI3VILLE, FRANKFORT, LEXINGTON, EVANSVILLB,
VINCttNNES, CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS,
And ull points W? *t and South ia via. the
Cincinnati, Wilmington and
SHORT LINE RAIL ROAD.
rirehn miles shorter by this Jioute than via.
Columbus to Ciiiciniiuli.
Take ilic Central Oliio Road to
.nd there chanqk cars at.d take those of the C. W. & Z.
TRAINS LEA~VE ZAM&Y1LLE AS I OLLOWS:
it 12:15M. A ll:4u P.3I., for Cincinnati and points as above,
u arrival of Central Ohio Ti ains from \\ heeling and the
This route passes through N. Lexington, Lancaster, Cir
leville, Washington, Wilmlugton ana Marrow?the richest
md most beautilul part of Ohio.
tSf Be particular and ask for Tickets via. the C. W.4Z.
>hort Line Kail Road.
FARE AS LOW AS BY ANY OTHER ROUTE.
For THROUGH Tickets and other information, *nqnirc
it Central Ohio Ticket Office, in tlieSprigg House, on Watet
treet, Wheeling, Va.
5. GEST, Prea't, W. W. BAILEY, Act. Supt.,
Cincinnati. Zaneavllle, O.
Virginia Central Railroad.
ORANOIS AND ALEXANDRIA
3-reat Northern and Southern Mail Route.
VOR NOKTUEBN, SOUTHEHN AND WESTKllN
1"^wicr Dailt, (Sunday night excepted,) between Rich
. mond and Washington City via Gordonsville and Alex
Hours of departure at Rich
mond 6:45 A. M. and 7:80 P. M.
Returning lea vcW*ashIngton...6 A. M. and 4 P.M.
Arrive at Richmond 1:30 P. 31. and 4 A. M.
Baggage checks and tickets, given through between Rich
mond and Washington.
THESE TWO RAILROADS HAVING NO STRAP RAIL,
md beingln excellent order,and CARRYING THE GREAT
NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN MAIL, give the best guar
antee of always securing connections, as is shown by arrl
rals daily at Richmond and Washington city in advance of
the Steamboat line.
Park bktwkks Richmond asd Washimotos $5,50
An Omnibus will be found always ready to take through
passengers and their baggage of wearing apparel, between
the two Depots, free of charge, with ample time for them to
(ake their meals, whether goiug North or South.
Through Tickets can be obtained between Danville and
Washington at the Terminus of the Road, now nearly com
pleted to Danville. An Agent of the Company will receive
the Checks of passengers from the Danville Road, aRd at
tend to their baggage all the Way to Washington or.the Bal
The fare the same by the mail line as by the old steamboat
There is no change of cars cn the night line,between Rich
mond and Alexandria. fel
I HAVE the Agency for Excelsior Sewinr Machines; price
$30, or 35,00. Can be seen at my warehouse, South t nd
of Market, in operation on Saturday from 11 to 12 o'clock,
autfl GEO. WILSON
Oinoinnati, Wilmington & Zanes
MERCHANTS, manufacturers, anil the public generally,
are hereby respectfully informed that the C. W.i Z. H.
It. Company i* mow prepared to rcceivu aud forward freight
(from the temporary Station in ZaneKVille, on Second street
north of Main,) to Clnr'rn* I, Morrow, Wlhuingtou, Wash:
in# ton, Circleville, Lr. cafto , New Lexington and interme
diate Siutions. Pnrticw.*.. attention will also be given tothc
forwarding of Freight destined for the West in accordance
with the wishes of consignors, whether by Ruilroad or the
River from Cincinnati.
Freight will be r ceived and delivered during the winter
months from 7 A M. to 4 P. M.; during the summer months
from 7 A. M. to 5 P. M., and shippers favoring the Company
with their patronage, may rely upon the Company's Agents
giving every attention necessary to insure the utmost
promptitude and safety in the forwarding of property en
trusted to their care.
For further information see the Freight Tariff published by
the Company, or apply to
H. K. SMITH,
General Freight Agent,- .
m.r80d ZanesVlBe, Ohio.
PACKET. ? '
TUK splendid passenger itearaer
C apt Johk McLurejJr.,J.C. Jkllt, Clerk,
;?? will arrive a?.d depart as follows:
r<ear?*8 Wheeling every Tuesday at 7 o'clock, P. M.
Passu* Marietta 44 Wednesday nt 4 A.M.
Arrives at Park'b'g44 41 *t ii " A.M.
Leave* 41 14 " at 9 " A.M.
Passes Pomeroy u 11 .....at *3 44 P.M.
44 P't Pleasant" 44 at X 44 P.M.
44 Gallipolis 14 44 at8?? 44 P.M.
44 Guvandotte 44 44 at 7 44 P.M.
44 CatletUb'g 44 44 at 8 ? P.M.
44 Portsmouth 44 44 at 12 *4 M.
Arrives at Cincinnati on Thursday morning.
leaves Uii-clnnntl every Friday. at f? o'clock P. M.
l'as?es Portsmouth 44 Saturday at 8 44 A.M.
Oatlettsbnrg 44 44 at 1 44 P. M.
44 (? uyai.dotte 44 44 at 2?* 44 l? M.
44 Gallipolis 44 44 at 7 44 P. M.
44 P't Pleasant 44 44 ist 7\ 44 P. 51.
44 Poineroy 44 44 at If 44 P. M.
Lrrives at Parkersb'g 44 Sunday at 3 *4 A. M.
weaves - 44 44 44 at S 44 A.M.
lrrives at Wheeling every Sunday evening.
Agents.?S. C. BaScer A Co., Whet ling,
liall, Matthew s & Co., Marietta.
W. II. Mattingly, Parkersburg.
T. McBuruie, Cincinnati.
George L. Jo..nnon & Co., Cincinnati.
S3&"" The Courier will pa*s all Way Stations at tho ad
ertlSed time. oclU
b. b. uoi'iSI^^Ii TRADE, 1857.
11UUKUT Jlt'l.L, rnos. W. ATKINSON.
HOPKINS, HULL ef- CO.,
WHOLR8ALK UKALEItS IX
3RITISH, FRENCH AND AMERICAN
NO. 258 BALTIMORE ST.,
OPPOSITE HANOVER STREET,
in i.u.ii o i: !?;.
WE beg to call the attention of buyers to our Fall
Stock, which comprises a most attractive assortment of
Sritinh, Preach and American Dry Uoodm,
n each department we shall exhibit a large assortment, aud
hall he prepared to furnish any article needed iu our Hue.
ilany of our goods we receive directly from the manufac
urcrs,aud our facilities enable us to supply our custuniers
vith goods as low as they can purchnse them in any of the
Eastern cities. We would further state, that by the recent
iompletion ol many of the Western aud Southern Railroads
ending towards Ualtimoru, we have increased facilities for .
orwarding goods with dispatch. We solicit a call from J
irompt buyers, and shall endeavor to make it to their inter- J ?
ist to deal with us Very Respectfully,
kft<?l?K<M.H, I1IJJLJ? & CO.
Orders promptly attended to.
Baltimore, August 15th, 1&57. auglS-tilllstDec.*
Books, Stationery & Wall Paper.
1 , stationerv and Wall Pa
ie the business at tne om buuu, m 17..
V'a., and respectfullj* solicit-a contluuunce of the patronage I
icretofore so liberally extended to my predecessor.
It is my purpose to keep constantly on hand a full and | J
:omulete.assortment In the various branches of the bual
ie3H, and to sell at the-lowest prices.
To Country Merchants, Teachers aud others purchasing
it wholesale, great inducements are oifered in stock and 5
'* JSfCasli paid for Rags. I
nov!2-ly JAS. C. ORR. i
PIANOS ! PIANOS ! !
JUST RECEIVED from the celebrated manufactory of
Hallet, Davis A Co., a splendid lot of Piaiiog. These
Pianos are made with the full iron frame, circular scales,
md sliding desks, with patent suspension bridge, composi- }
Lion bearings, and the repeatlug grand action, and are fully 1
warranted to give satisfaction, and arejuadeto stand in any *
ALSO?a sprcndid lot of Melodeons for churches, or the
In connection with the above I have a large and full stock
Ih every kind of Musical Instruments, and In fact every*
thing that may be found in a Music Store, may be fouiid at
the store of T. CAltTWRIUllT,
jelJJ-w 126 Mainst., Wheeling.
Peas i Pens!! Pens!!!
*Oill*:TII I AT *2 NEW.
Ct P. BROWN has received a superior lot of Gold Pens
/? which he had made uttder his own supervision. They
art- made from gold reduced to 14 karats by a combination
of alloys, and cannot be equalled for elasticity and dura
bility, by any other combination of metals. Prices are
moderate, and every pen warranted. They may he known
by every pen being stamped 44C. P. Brow*.*, Wheeling."
~ MATHEW MoNABB,
MANUFACTURER OF VINEGAR
- AND DEALCK IN
Flour, Ifllll Feed of ull kfuds, torn and
t'oru ifleal, Oats, JSaled May,dkc.
|5y Allof the aoove articles delivered free of extra charge
in auy part ol the city.
The highest price paid in cash for all Country Produce
Opposite the Second Presbyterian Church, Centre Wheel*
iug .. . ' Jcl7
Watches, Jewelry, Silver and Plated Ware,
Clocks, Ac. Ac.
C. P. BROWN,
I5o. 118 MaiuiStreet.jWheellng, Va.
IS now opening one of the finest and largest assortments
of goods In his line that has ever been brought to this
city, which will be sold Wholesale aud Retail at prices as
low as any house W$*.t of the Atlantic cities.
Among'his goods may be found Gold and Silver Watches
from tome of the most celebrated English and Suisse Mauu
facturerers. Also, the real D. II. M. D. American Patent
Lever Watchas. Clocks In great variety, including a few 8
day Regulators of line quality, suitable lor Banks, Railroad
gtittions, Olllces and Watch Makers.
Beautiful Jewelry, in setts or otherwise, of Co/al, Mosaic,
Cameo, Gold, Stone, Lava, and all Gold Jewelry. Also, an
assortment of Sou Soddcr and plated Jewelry, very cheap.
Fine pocket Cutlery, Razors, Scissors, Silver Napkin
Rings, Card Cases, Gold Pens, Ac. Ac. Every articlc in
this establishment is warranted to be as good as represent
ed, or the money it-turned. A call Is respectfully solicited.
mh26 IIS Main St., one door from Marsh A Taylor's.
FALL AND WINTER HATS.
WB have in store and are now offering a great variety
of Fall and Wiutcr Hats?foreign and domettlc furs.
We invite the attention of Western merchants to our stock.
C. B. SLINGLUFF Jk C?.,
SOS Baltimore street,
aug2? Baltimore, Md.
JUST IIECE1VED:?3odfi*ry'o Narrative iff the Last Grin
nell Arctic Exploring Expedition?price only 5<j rents;
Canterbury Tales, by Harriet Lee; Morinonlsm, by Kdder
Hyde; Edgar A. Poe, complete Works; Greeley's Life of Hen
ry Clay. Al*o, a pood assortment of Standard Works.?
For sale at the Publishers' prices, by
augl4 Main St., Centre Wheeling.
"I PLANTER'S HATS.?Received this day a Very large lot
I of Black, Brown aud Pearl colored Planter's Hats of
ah viaalitles and styles of triuming. For tale low.
auglii 8 I>. HARPER k SON.
! BOYS' AND YOUTH'S SOFT HATS.?A fine assortment
of Boys' and YouUi's Soft Hats of all colors and shapes
suitable for the Fall and Winter.
auplft ~ 8. D. HARPER k SON.
Tlie Insurance Company
OF THE VALLEY OF VIKOINIA
CAPITAL, ?SilO.Oi.O?all Iiaiil It) ?nil invented, with ?ur
plus, will take Fire, Cargo and Marine risks. Losses
promptly Adjusted and paid.
jjyouice next door above M. & 31. Hank, Main street.
. W. P. PETERSON, Agent.
J. R Baker, TallantA Dclaplain,
Thoa: 111 List,' D. Luml>,
Norton, Acheson A Co. >1, Neltoii,
S. braiiy, & C. Baker k Co.,
List A Howell, O. W lielakell & Co.
i-lOME .HiiJi. AM) MAUiNI'i
[OFFICE NO. 4 WALL STUKKT, N. V.]
THIS Company is owned and managed by some of ike
wealthiest and best merchants In the city of New York.?
t'or particulars enquire of W. F. PETERSON,
juS Agent for Wheeling and vicinity. _
The Citizens Fire, Marine and
OFFICB NEXT DOOR~TO THH M. k M. BASK.
I?HIS Company is now luily organised; and prepared to
. issue Policies, at the most liberal rates, on Fiob, Mi
link and Island risks.
Indw P. Woods, Win. McCoy, Jas. R. Baker,
>Vm. W. Shriver, Thouias Sweencj", John List,
las. C. Achesou. L. S. Dclaplain. John F. Hopkins.
L. B. DELAPLA1N. President.
W. F. Pktersos, Secretary. spl
F1RB AND MAKiNL
Howard fire and marine insurance co., of
[u cor porn ted by Act ofibe Legislature of
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, >000,000. FULL
Invented u* follow*:
irst Bonds and Mortgages on Proper
ty in the City of Philadelphia,'. $135,090
locks worth par, 222,100
ash on haud, 51,190
mount secured by Stock Notes, 190,WO
mount of ?tock due on Call,. 1,710
this COMPANY EFFECTS INSURANCE ON
Buildings, Merchandise, Furniture, Lumber, Ac., on Ved
its, Cargo and Freight, to all Ports, and by Railroad, Lake*,
ml Rivers, at the lowest Rates, and upon the most liberal
erius: guaranteeing Prompt Payment on the adjustment of
Perpetual Insurance at usual rates.
K. B. SWEARING EN,
001 . .I... i vr~MU?JH?tiinf Vlrgjrtfo
33TNA INSUKANCE COMPANY
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
INCORPORATED, Jl.lV 18 19.
r'lTH A PERPETUAL CIIARTER?cash CAPITAL ALL
5 00,0 0 0.
~VNE of the oldest and best institutions "In this country,
_) continues to take risks upon the most favorable terms.
fi. B. swearinoen, Agent
for Wheeling and vicinity.
OFFICE?Union Hall Building, Main street.
.'I1EFIRE ANDMAItlNE INSUKANCE COM
PANY UK WHEELING.
rAKES risks at the lowest rates on Buildings of all kinds.
Steamboats, Furniture and Merchandise, and against all
angers attending the Transportation of Qoods an rirej-a,
eas. lakes, canals and railroads.
R. Crangl", S.Brady, Rob't Morrises
Sam'l Neel, Wm. Fleming, . J. W. Gill,
Dan'lLamb, Robt Patterson, Saml. Ott.
ROBT. CRANGLE, Pres't.
R. W. Harding, Sec'y
^BT*Application8for Insurance will be promptly attended
> by the President and 3oc rotary.
Wheeling, Jan. 28.1808.
~Fall and WintervGao.ds.
aEISKF.I.r, & 8Vi-EARTN(lEN will open thl? <Uy (Too
day, 1st. Syptemher,") a beautiful stock' of Fall and
winter Goods, to which they invite the attention of the
D11 ESS GOODS.?Elegant Silk Robes, in colors and black;
luslin de ltusse Plaid*; Moutflaine de laine Robes; Elegant
ilka, in rich styles; Bayauere Silks; Black Figured Silks,
'rinted Mouslaine do laines?very rich;.Printed Cashmeres,
n new designs; Cashmere Robes; Black Satin du chener;
rench and English Chintzes, very beautiful; Popllnctts for
lusters and Mantles; Plaid French Merinos; Bischolf'? and
tonny's Plain Black Silks.
alencieunes uuumeu, ^wiiou v/uuurs;, ncuvu nui?u
dollars and Sleeves, in Swiss and Jaccoiiet; Real Valenci
nnes Lace; Jaccouet and Swiss Edgings, Flouncing* and
WHITE GOODS.?S-4 0rganda Muslins; Plain aud FigM
Iwisa du.; Nainsook, Jaccouet and Cambric Muslins; PJai4
rid Striped Muslin*?greatvarTely.
SHAWLS, MANTLES, &c.?A choice assortment of
ihawls, Mantle's, lloon Skirts, Ac.
septl 1IEISKELL k swkaringen.
rOl'FOMTK THJC SUBI'KNSION P?.IDOB,]
WllEiSLINO. VA. ,
VM. BARRETT, Proprietor.
rHIS well known Hotel has been newly renovated, and
now furnisl esthc beat of accommodations to traveler
AT MODERATR RATES.
It is located i ?ar the ceutrc of the city, opposite the Sus*
tension Bridge and only a few squares from the Railref?4
)epots and Steamboat Landing.,
.s attached to the House. Travelers and boardersmay rest
issured that no pains will be spared to Add to their com
"ANOTHEK AltKIVAL XJt
DREW & DRAKE have this day received. In addition to
their large and extensive stook of FAMILY GRO
,'ERIES, a fine and varied assortment of Spices, Ac , to
vhich they most respectfully call the attention of their cus
orners; Mustard in oans and boxes; Grain and pulverised
Vlsplcc; G ain mi 4 pulverised Clove*; Mustard Seed; Grain
nd pulverized Pepper; Salt in large and small, bags; Cas
io Soap, and pure Starch, Ac., &c.t whieh they offer at
'esisoufthlc and reduced prices.
They have also received a large lot of Confrctlonarim,
tuchas Rose, Vauilla, Orange and Lemon Gum Drop*; pure
White Rock Cnndy; Jujube Paste; Stick rnd Calabna Liquor
cc, kepi constantly on hand at No. 5 Washington'llall.
By J. B. LIPPING OTT CO.,
OLD CHURCHES. MINISTERS, AND FAMILIES OF VIR
GINIA. By Bishop Mkadk. TwovoIs.Svo. Numerously
Illustrated. Pricc $5.
SLAVERY ORDAINED BY GOD. By Rav. Fred. A. Rose,
"7b the mm North find South tcho honor the ?ssrd of
Goii and tore their conn'ry."
One vol. l^rao. Price $1.
pr Taa abovk wdaxa will b* roKWAansDsr mail, rav
paid, n'po5 rkckipt or Pbicb. auc21-luiiOklt t^vrAw
CHRISTIAN SUNDAY SCHOOL LIBRARY.
A 8ER1ES OP FIFTY VOLUMES OF JUVENILE BOOKS,
XjLadapted to the use of families aud Sundny schools, un
der ihe auspices of the American Christian Publication So
These books consist of selections from the best Bngllsh
and Scotch Juvenile Literature, and original'works written
expressly for this I ibrary by Elders I. Errett, J. J. Trott,
A. Rains, E.Goodu in, C.Shelbourne D.8. Burnet, B. Frank
lin, T. Fanning, Jas. T. Barclay?ministers of the Christian
church, Dr. J. 8mith, C. D. Hulburt, 'lOifcle Harlan,**"^uth
Vernon,*' BIrs. S. E. l'arrott, Mrs. Stephens and Mrs: An
These works are neatly and substantially, bound and af
forded at the low price of $!> for the Fifty Volumes.
All Orders for the same wl!i receive prompt attention.
J. B LIPPINCOTT A CO., publishers,
aug^4-l mdA 11 t-wftir Philadelphia, Pa.
11/ AUCESTERSHIHK SAUCE ?Amoit excellent condl
| T ? ment for Roast Meats, 'Steaks, Cutlets, Chops, Fish,
Cuirl ?*, Gravies,Games, Oysters, Soups,Ac., ju?t received
and (.r sale by W. A- EDWAKDS A BRO.,
C^ner Monroe and-Market Sis.,
sefS ' ' Opposite Blc^ure House.