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WHEE LING V"A: TUESDAY MORNING, NWExMBEIl 17, L857
&ljc iUljecliug 3ntelligcnrtr,
SMLT, THI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY. BY
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OFFICE?Corner of Main and Quincjr streets
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CJtllJlxCHJbS OF WHEELING.
JKpr the information of strangers visiting the city, we pub
ifl^K following list of tlie different Churches, and their
iS^Ind place of meeting, if there are any mistakes, we
wfcll make the necessary correction w ith pleasure:
St. Jlaltlu u'?, Epi*copuliun, Comer Monroe and Byron
streets, Eev. K. T. PekKiKtt, Hector; morniug services lOJi
clock, evening, 7.
St. John's, Episcopalian t alaiu street, between first and
Second, Ccutre Wheeling, ltev. J. II. 8M11H, A. M., ttcctor
^?nricea?Morning lo^j afternoon 8J?; night 7)f.
J-irat rrt*-lsyUi u\Hy IUv. U. 11. \\ asn, Pastor, Fourthst.,
ctwetn Monroe.and Qulncyjservicesmornlngandaftcrnooii
S**wtnl Prcd/yttriait, WebsUr street, between Main and
Market,Centre Wheeling; services morning and evening.
Third l'rt+byteritin% Filth street, between Chestnut and
Talbert sta., Eouth Wheeling, KeV. fc. Wool*, Pastor, servi
ces morning and eveuing.
fourth 1'rMhyUrliiHt Kev. A. Pacll, Pastor, Blalnstrect,
etween Washington anu Adams st*., services morning and
t'uurth Street Episcopal % Rev. J. K. W'ilbov,
Pastor, Fourth street, betweeu 31 on ret and Quincy, services
motning and evening.
Xcrthall-ill Mfthudut Sptteopal, Her. A. A. RHU,Fastor
reer UarktV ana NorUi ito., NoitL Wlieelilig; serYicel
aornlu. and eTening.
t Auj'ltne Jt. trt JlModltt KpUcoput, R?r. T. H. Mos
WIU, Pastor, Ciapline street, between first and IJecond, I
Centre ? Le?. 'ng; wervltes morniug and evening. '
a?m<A ATAfling it. K. Church Uer. A. Btstsm,
Pastor; service, morning and eTcuiug.
Uhulinu /.hind t'Auj*l, on Wheeling Island, Kct. i.
Otrnnin XtlMi.1 ?/A*caf+ll, Utx.C. IUlwio,Pastor,
Cliapllue street, tM:t*ecn Webster and llilid, Centre Wheel- '
Jtimt. Cathedral, Roman Catholic, fit. Kev. Blauor
K. V. Wnat-ss, Vilth street, corner ol llampdeu; service.
morning and altcrnoou.
hfjomtd. Rev. i. 1. UcClou. Pallor, eorncr
? f Ujirket and Julerson sts.; services ajornin, and afternoon.
Oitcij'U'., Market street, between Web.ter and Third.
Centre Wheeling; sei vices lbj, in th. morniug, and ly%
Ar.'i.(ttlieal ProltMlant, Rev. J. Uu.ru, Pastor, Claj
? reet, above BUlh.East Wheeling.
Ziun JituMV?lical Luthtriun, Rev. F. ZiaHuaaHsx,
p..tor, Market slrtct, between Wetater and Third; Centre
Wheeling; service, morning and evening.
JrtrUh Synui/oguti Qulocjr street, between Market and
Orru'iif Fri-trdunt, Union Kali. Jlaln street, between
Monroe and Quincy; service. lOJtf morning.
Virglnlua Lodge No. a.?Meets every Thursday
venlng at the llall, corner of Market and Monroe street.
J auk. W. Moo??, N. O.; B. M. Carr, Secretary.
Vrnssklln l.o<(f N "? 13.?Meets asaboreevrrj
Monday evening. J. J- KaEitm, N. O.; W, 7*. Jfc
tVm. Tell 3.1.?Meets asaboveeve
ry WcdueaJay evening. Cuss. DicauiX*, N. O.; ^oAn
Whrriln, Ledge No. 39.?Meets every Monilay
evening at the llall,corner Market and Quincy streets.?
T. Mtuunil, N. O.; JoAn Thobum, Secretary.
* Pnueln Ledge H*.?Meets as above every
Friday evening. A. A. Hnifll, K. O.i ? Slanc^arA
Abraiti*a Uacfspspmewt flfe. I.?Meets at the
Hall, corner Market and Monroe streets, the _*r?f and third
Tuesday evenlnjrs of each month. N. C. Miksi,G. P.; 1*.
tt'. Sf.iacJLrrcf, Scribe.
M m. Tell Kacamrnent Wo. 3Meets as
above the Mvad and fourth T?e?Uy evenlnm of each
month. Hex?T Kbetz.C. P.: Cha*. L/nrt, Scribe.
Wltl* Lodge A? to 1.?Meets at Masonic nail,
corner Market and MonroestreeU.tlic^rs/ and third Mou
day evenings of each month. G. If. Sights, W. M.; Altir
aaJer f^ujKlin, Secretary.
Wheeling Ledge No. t'18.?Meets as above on
thejir.t and third Tliursday evenings of each mouth. /. A.
Bisxn.?aaa,W. M.; S. B". /'Mrson, Secretary.
Wheeling Union Chapter No. 19.?Meetsas
above ou tlie seoon/f Monday evening of each month. W. O
fccorr, II. P.; S. IT. Ptarmm,Secretary.
Wheeling Encaapmeal No. I.?Meetsas
al.?\eou th?fourth Monday eveulng of each month. W. J
BaTIF, O. c., A.i.oring, Recorder.
1CUSSELL & FITZHUGH,
AttsruejM and i'ouniellvrv m J?ow,
No. 69, MORROE aTEHBT,
j. u. bbrdlbtok, th. mblvir.
PUNDLBTON & MtLVIN.
attorneys at law,
OMce, Urtt he Bank of Wbrrliai,
Attend regularly the Superior noil Interior Court! of
lijuoke, ll&ucock uu'J Ohio couutlea. novS:ly
JAM. B. WHEATB,
A TTOliZEY A T LA IF,
rT AVISO?ufflciently recovered to be ubit to resume the
XI practice of his profession, he may, for tlie present, be
found at his resilience on Quincjr street, between Fourth ami
fifth ?u. ocM:tf
JOHN R. DONEHOO,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
WILL practice in the courts of Hancock, Brooke, Ohio
and Mar*ball couuties.
Office over that of Z. Jacob, Es?j., Monroe lit., opposite
the Court Home, Wheeling, Va. janfeb.ly
BEKGElldiHOF i1 MAN,
Every description of Leather,
Denier** In Wool and llidea.
Stoi t Room So. 170, corner Market alley and Jfaln street,
3y*Mioe Findings of all kinds on hand, and sold at very
T. SWEENEY A: SON,
(BcCCKtidOR^ TH SvCKfcNEYHA HELL)
China, ((ureuMwme, l.auipn. <?Irnudolev,
Tuble Cutlery, Ac.
No 65, MAIN STREET,
JKORUKHLY EXCHANGE HOTEL.]
' Fenn and Mt, Clair atreetn,
W. C. CONNEIiIiY, Proprietor.
Wholeiiiile nud Hvtnll
Hat and Cap Manufacturer.
NO. 146 MAJNSTltEET,
0T"H&? on hand the largest and bent assortment of Hats
Mid Cn??gof-nH qualities and sixes. jnll
O. W. HUiStKLL h. U.bWKAbl&UkN.
HEISKELL &, SWEARINGEN,
l>ruicr?in nil kiuda of
Fanoy and. 'Staple Dry Goods. 'Z
Corner of Market and Union streets,three doors from Geo.
K. Wickliaui*s Auction Hoom s,
_ WHEELING VA.
K. OR ANGLE ?fc CO.,
Forwarding and Commission
COBMKB MDMilf ASl> UARK.KT STkBETB,
Wholesale dealer in Groceries,
Foreign and Donutlic Wines and Liquors,
No. lbl West side Mabkbt Square,
mal.ly WIIEEL1S0, VA.
. m'clallei*. b. m'clallkn, jr. ~~c. d.khox
M'CLALLENS '& KNOX,
M holcsale & lit mil ?lenler? in nil kinds of
Boots, Shoes, Leather, etc.
JVo. 196, Main 2treet,
W. TALLART. A. TALLART.
I.. 8. PBLAPX.ATAH.
TAIiliANT & DELAFLAIN,
JTo. VOJfain Street, and Xv. 12 Jionroe Street.
nrS WMEEL1SG, VA.
F- R. ARMSTRONG,
AliKXT A \ 1) UEtLCK IK
Office corner of Main and Union streets,
augST-lyd WHEELING, VA.
IIOPFEB) TIN MIKKTIIIWK WARE,
b'o. 8 Slain tt., B?ir IJU Creei Jiridgc,
W. F. Peterson,
KIKE, MARINE LIFE INSUK'CE
AXl> LA Kit AG EST.
N?. SI How nor WTBKKT. WwKH.tws, Va.
J. B. DREW. r. 9. DRAEE.
DREW &. DRAKE,
(Su*cesttore to S. D. Woodrotr. Agent.)
NO. 5 WASHINGTON Pi ALL,
T ' EKP constantly ou hand a large and choice assortment
IV of articles usually kept in a tirst clots FAMILY GRO
CERY, together with the most choice aud selected brands of
TOBACCO and CIGARS. apl
JNO D. M. CARR,
DEALER in Western Land, Town and City property,
Land Warrants, and Agent for tlie sale of city proner
ty. Particular attention paid to the location aud transfer
of Western Lands.
fyOffice No. 1 *'lfornbrook*j? Row." np stairs.
BOOTS, SHOES, tfc.,
IVo. 17-J. iTIalu Wl.
S. D. HARPER & SON,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
HATS CAPS, STRAW' GOODS,
MUi'FS, i Cits, ANl> CARPET BAGS,
No. 12# Main at. corner of Union,
Wheel; no. Va.
r A BOW A EDS. THOS. EPWARDS
?W A. EDWARDS & BRO.,
Carnfr oI Jl.rlin und ,<I?ar?e NlmU,
OPPOSITE THE McLUUE HOUSE.
rtf^Every variety of Groceries, Spikes, Urar.dles, \Sbis
kiesTWfnea, GIn, Ale, Tobacco, Cigars, Ac., 4c., constantly
c. P. BROWN;
DEALER IN CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWEL
RY AND FANCY GOODS,
ITo. 108. Hornbrook a Building,
Main SI.. It heeling.
CLOCKS and WA TCLJES cartjuUy repaired.
, MATHEW"MeNA JBB,
groceries, flour, mill
Feed, Corn, Oats and baled Hay.
orroarra the 2d frksbttwua* cucucm, wer^trh storeti
t ruire Wheeling.
pTThc highest pricc paid In Cash for Country Product,
JOHN Is. HARGREAVES,
UNION 11 X Ij l? B I' 1 L D I A ii ?} ,
RO. Si) MAIN J.-TRETT, WTJEEUXO,TA.
Wholesale and Retail dealer in Paint*,.Oils, Sash Door
Wlnuow Glass, Looking Glasses,
Brushes, jr., 4c.
HAVING purchased the entire stock of J. A. Vlncer
and ruade important and heavy addit:ons, 1* trust-, ?.
constantly keeping a good assortment, and selling at m<*h
ate prices, to obtain a reasonable shares? ihe patronage
mv old friends and the public genciaiiy. Call at inv u?
aXrc. JOHN L. HARGKEAYEc.
j. c. coLLins,
Grocery, Feed, and Produce Store,
No. IS? Warkei?fBnre, West aide
KEEP constantly on hand all kinds of Feed, such as Oa ?
Com, Bran, Shorts, Ship StuiTs, etc., FJour, Corn Mr
Butter, Eggs, Poultry, Provi&ion*, and Dried Fruit of
kinds,together with a complete assortment of Family Gi ?
CSf"Cash i>ald for corn, ost;, Flaxseed, Dried Paul'.
Shr*PSkies,hides,butter, cgg? and poultry.
W. & J. STEWART,
lijiScricrckEU of ill. KIIM OF
fITOVKrS .liltAl'EH, I?LOU?ll IKONMt
Coatings for TUrwhitt# iUavltiuen,
SOETU BAtftCOB. MARKET 8QC ABB, (BBIIKJK C0BSBB./
STB WART A CALDWELL,,
COPPEIl, TIN, AND SHEET IKON WARE,
pfrEE E*D OrMiMBTWUillE.
8^ .U11 in at.
C^ONflNUES to mauuiactuie to order (wholesale and r >
J tall) & bemuuful variety uf
VENITIAN WINDOW BLINDS
Of every color and^alxe, and at Eaatern pr!c?8
These Blind* are superior to every other kind of Window
Blinds in use.
MfOaU and examine specimens.
Rf. H.?Old Blinds repainted, and trimmed eq?*|
new. ? ?
-- I. M. PUMPHEV.
fOHWAlJDING & COMMISSION
HO. TO MAI* BBBETT, 'SEARLT OPFClJITB HIS OLD STAID.
List k Howell, Wheeling, % a,
0. k B. Davenport, Baruesvillc,0.
Burt.Shafer k Smith, Cambridge, O.
D. Applegate, Zanesville, O. ,
Price k Sou, Smithfield, 0. |
0. A. Zane, Baltimore. <e27 i
S. A V JrCJ tY,
18 SOW OPENING A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
MEN'S, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S
HATS AND CAPS,
F?"no"'? MAIN ^I'UKKT,KA"
j a ukhT J- o. bIekr. "? *? roEsria.
BAKER, FORSYTH & CO.,
6UCCK.SSOK.S TO LOi?.lN, BAKRK A CO.
"V o. JURI.aa. JSO r. UILCMKU.T.
R. G. JORDAN & CO.
PAPER MAN UFACTU liEltS.
OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE,
^ 91.1.. oppo.i.r M- rA
Pluinmer and Gas Fitter,
NO. 17S, MAIN ST.,
Wheeling. Va ?
eer*H 0 U S E 8 fitted up with WaUr and Gas. Orders
omthecountry for Pipes anil Pumjw attended to.at short
avaK urT?. r" ?? saicouEE.
Arch Street, above Third,
EVANS & NEWCOMER.
I HORGE 1. RTRD. iLViH EalX.
BYRD & HALL.
UAaCFACTCRKUa a \TU0LE3ALH DBALERS IM
UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS.
NO. l:i WARBEN-STKEET,
mvgB.altg-.lT "ro* y>W V?KK._
^%ii,i IJIOBt, .11. It.
H. M. SMITH, Proprietor.
SITUATED on Pratt street, between Light and Charle&;at
immediately in tiie Centre of busiocsa and convenient
to all the railroad depots aud the shippiug. hugV^-Gm
W\ EEEBXJiil^ ?
HOUSE FURNISHING AND HOUSE
...NO- SO MONROE S^Kf.^T. ?
J . M . M'FADIN <fc C O.,
[LATE TUIPLETTS, McFAMK 4 CO.]
VO 2S LBVEB, A 56 COMMERCIAL B7RBBT,
e>t. Lnula, Mo., _ , .
/"VRDERS for Lead, Hemp, Proviaions, Flour, Qralil, AC.,
w ? olicited aud promptly executed.
J. J. A5DBR80K k Co., Bankers, St. Louis, Mo.
L. A. Bbsoiht k Co., "
alkhed hughess, m. o.
IIA9 removed his office and resldouce, and permanently
located hiui*-?f at th? corner of Fourth aud Quiucey streets,
below the First Presbyterian Olmrch
Office Hocaa:?Morning, from ? to 0
Noon, " 1 8
Evenings, 41 7 " 9
BILL OP PRICES.?For a single visit, *5cents; medicine,
25 centa. For two or more vialts a ds.>, oO cents; medicide,
25 ceuta. Advice at office, and mediciue, from ?5 to 50 cts,
and upwards, as the cas* way be.
Obstetric caaeafrom $5 to $L0.
VislU to the country, according to distance.
The above "Bill of Prices" la g?veu becauae it ia aaid my
charges are much hisher. my 8-1 yi
C3IdKMICAl_.S, pjiKFCMIiRV, JtC..
*? . C K VOl u.?VK ?? would announce to his !
. friend* and the puMlc gtuerally, that haring purcha
?ed the Interest of the senior partner tn the buslticsl lately ,
couUucted under the Br.u of J. CrumbacWer A Son, he will
contluue thcaame at the old Hand, No. 1.5 Main it., and
would respectfully solicit, and trust, to merit ^ continuance i
of the patronage ?o liberally bestowed on the old firm. j
lie has just returned from the Eastern cities, and Is now
openinjr an extensive and well selected stock of Drugs and
Chemiotls, Perfumery, Fancy article., Ac., all ?f which were
nurrha3t<l after strict personal inspection and with scrupu- ,
fou* l^eK*rd to the purity of quality, and are now offered to |
Uic DUblic on the mo.t re?<ol..ble Umi. ')r
lOrlKJl, VIS A allKKT IKO? WAKE
THANKFUL for the liberal patronage heretofore
bc.tov.cd upon him, the Subscriber would respect
fully iuturtu hi* friends, and the public senerally,
that he continues to manufacture the above nauied
article. In aU their variety, all of which he has al
? aj s on hand, u tiood aworttnent for wholesale aud retail at
"uVaho' kcvH oo hand Cooking Stoves of the moMapprov
ed pattern!, lor coal and wood. ,
?yjob Work willcontiuac rcceivc his particular at
tcmion, and be cxvcuted with promptness and In a style that
will plea?e the most fastidious.^ VARJf ^
ag24 No. 6,JkIafn street.
fc'lieppard and Morgan,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Saddle, Harness and Tiunk Manufacturers
No. 131, Mti'/i St. Corner of Union.
HA\ E now on hand a large and complete assortment of
all article* in our I hi?, consisting oJ Ladies and Gen
lleuu n'a Saddle., fine and coarse Harare; Iron, ?rame and
Wed Trunks, and \ allccs, Carl?.t Bags, Satchels, Upper
Leather, Hogahin, Hair ai?d Wool Collars Whips, Ilame.,
iCSkddieJ of every description and quality, floa, til. low.it
rate to Uie bcit style of English rhaftoe.
lr.n frame Trunks and Valices, a Terr superior article
and unsnrtiaM.d for lifhtrers strength and durability.
Fine alugl. and .ioul.le UarncM ot the best style; Mage,
\r,gon aud Cart ilarcess of the best material and wora
matuMp^ lifortmrnt 0f Carpet Bags and Satchels of every
variet, of material and pattern.
U1 *ork ordered will lie furnUhed promptly, and no ef
fort will be spared to taertt a continuance of public fa
^"ovk'^ ?S * C*" SIIEPHAIU) k MORGAN.
" The Last of this Season !
-tv7 e have opened to-day another lot of improved Enam
YV eled Air tight Fruit Jata, and the ls?-t tl.at we will
i,.re thi? ^ason. CaU ^rly at the Uouw Furoirfilng Store
, ? J h. Pt. >HA)l ? v?u..
..pes Nr.. Il5 Main St.
TR A N SPORT ATI ON.
CHANGE OF SCHEDITLK
TRANSPORTATION OFFICE U. .t CJ. It. K., 1
Wulitunu Station, Nov. 7*1*, 15:57. f
ON ami after Suuday Evening, Nov. 8th, the Passenger
trains will leave this station daily nt S:tU A.M., 4:49
P. M., and lu P. SI., Wheeling time. The Accommodation
dally, (except Sundays) at S:li> A. 31.. *ill r? ceive and dis
charge passengers at al! the principal station* between
Wheeling and Cumberland. The Accotuuiodadou train id
discontinued on Eaat end of road.
The Express tru'n daily, at P. M., will receive and
discharge passengers at th? following station* only: Den
wood, Sloundsvill*, Cameron, Burton, B? nton's Perry,
Fairmo.it, Fetterumn, Grafton, Ronlshurg, Piedmont, Cum
berland, No. 12 Water Station,Sir John's ltun, Mmi tintburg.
Harper'* Ferry, Monocacy, Sykesvillc, ana Wanhincton
Junction. The Mu il train daily, (except Saturday) nt 10
P. SI., will receive and discharge patfscngt-ra at all the prin
The trains will arrive a* follows: Mall train 4 A M , Ex
press train lt*:43 A. M., Accommodation tr.iin, from Cum*
berland, at 6:><6 P. M., Wheeling time.
w. ti. wooDsine, sap't.
no*9 J. B FORD, Agent.
CHANGE OF SCidb:L)UL,b:.
ON and alter Tuesday, Nov. Sd, le57, and until farther
notice, the Pusjenger and Mail Train will leave this
Station as follows:
Mail Train leaves Wheeling nt 9:00 A. SI.
" 41 arrives at Washington.. .at 11:30 A. SI.
Slail Train leaves Washington at *2:00 P. SI.
" 4t arrive* at Wheeling at 4:g?l P. il.
On arrival at Washington, will connect with gcod and
comfortable coxchts fur Cuuaon*burt:h, P<itaburgh, Browns
ville and Waytn-sburg. U. D THOMPSON, Sup't.
H. B. PKIKSKL, Agent at Wheeling. not
TRANSPORTATION OFFICE 11 E.X1 I'M ELD R. R. i
WllEhLINQ, Oct. H, 1S67. J
TMIE above road is now open and ready to '.ransfer freight
and passengers from Wheeling to Washington and all
Preighr receipted through to Washington. Depot, forty th'a
oct3 O. D. THOMPSON, Sup't, Wheeling.
Cleveland, Pittsburg & Wheeling
N aud after Slonday, October 26th, 18?>7, Trains will
run tia follows:
6:u0 A. M., SIajl Tbais, stopping atoll 'vay ftatlcuc, ar
rives at Pl:t>hur?:h at l:lt?P. SI., and at Bridge
pott at 1-2:M P. SI.
1*2:00 SI t Kxpbbso Train, stopping ut ail way stations,
arrives at Pittsburgh at 7:20 P. SI. aud Bridge
port at 7:tlP P. SI.
S:00 A. M., SI.\it< Thais, stops at ali stations except New
Salisbury, arrives at Cleveland at fl.'ftt? P. M.
and at Bridgeport at 12:f?4 P. SI.
2:80 P. M., V.xvrksa Trais, stopping at way stations ex
cept New Salisbury, East Rochester, Earlville,
Bedford and Newburg, arriving at Cleveland at
i>:Ho P. SI. and at Bridgeport at 7:t'tf P. SI.
S:26 A. SI., SI ail Tbais, stopping at nil way stations?ar
riving at Pittsburgh at 1:10 P. SI. and at Cleve
land at 3:50 P. M.
2:81 P. M., KxPBKttd Taxis will stop at all ?tations except
New Salisbuiy, East Rochester. Earlville, Bed
ford aud Newburg. Deep Kun, Sloans, Port
Horner, Simmitvlhe, Hanover, Sloultree, Win
chester aud Lima arc 12ui* stations for this train.
Arrlv-s at Pittsburgh at 7:'2u P. SI. and ui Cleve
land at &:>;0 P. M.
pT*Connections are tnadu by all through trains at fol
At Pittsburgh,'with Pennsylvania Railroad, for Philadel
phia, Baltimore, New York and Boston.
At Cleveland, with train* and steamboats, for Toledo, De
troit, Chicago and the North-west; also, lor Erie Dunkirk,
Bull'slo, Niagara Falls aud Canada.
At Stcubeuville and Bellair, with the Steubenville t Indi
ana and Central Ohio Railroads, lor Cadiz. Coshocton, New
ark Barnesville, Zaneaville, Wihniugton, Lancaster, Colum
bus, Ci cinuati, Indianapolis ai.d &*.. Louh.
At W heeling, with Baltimore A Ohio Railroad, for Cum
berland, Harper't Ferry, Baltimore aud Washington City.
Local and Through Tickets can be procured at tho vari
ous otuces on the line: al*o at the Uniou Ticket Oflice, onpo
site the Levee, Wheeling, Va., and at the Union Office, fll
Superior ttreet, Cleveland, Ohio.
Transportation Oflice C. A P. R. R. I C. F. GORHASI,
Cleveland, O., Oct. 21st, lb57. i MastV Transport'n.
WHEELING TO CINCINNATI.
WEST AN D SOUTH.
SHORTEST AND MOST DIRECT ROUTE
LOUISVILLE, FRANKFORT, LEXINGTON, EVANSVILL8,
^ in Cannes, Cairo and st. L03is,
And all point* W? st and South is via. the
Cincinnati, Wilmington and
SHORT LINE RAIL ROAD.
7'uclce miles shorter by this Boutt than via.
Columbus to Cincinnati.
Take itiu Central Ohio itoad to
And there change cabs and take those of the C. W. ? X.
TRAINS LEA\ E ZANJLhWLLh Abi-uLLOWS:
At 12;1oS1 . A ll:4o P.S1., for Cincinnati and |*>ints as aoove,
oil arrival Of Cential Ohio Trains from Wheeling Bt?d th<
This route passes through N. Lexington, Lancacter, Cir
clevdle, Washington, Wiltniugtou and Mat row?the richest
and most beautiiui part of Ohio.
,W Be particular and ask for Tickets via. th? C. W.AZ.
Short Line Rail Koad.
FARE AS LOW AS BY ANY OTHER ROUTE.
For THROUGH Tickets and other information, "noulre
at Ceutral Ohio Ticket Oflice, In the Sprig# House, on Water
street, \\heeling, Va.
E. GEST, Prea't, W. W. BAYLEY, Act. Supt.,
Cincinnati. Zaneeville, O.
Virginia Central Railroad.
OKANCiK AND ALKXAIs'DJtlA
Great Northern and Southern Mail Route.
voa SOUTHERN, SOUTHERN AND WEST KILN
Twicc Dah.t, (Sunday night excepted,) between Rich*
inund and Washington City via Gordonsville and Alex
Hours of departure at Rich
mond fc45 A.M. and 7:30 P. SI.
Returning leave Washington.. .6 A. SI. and 4 P. >1.
Arrive at Richmond l:t>n P. SI. and 4 A. M.
Baggage checks and ticket.-*, girui through between Rich
mond and Washington.
THESE TWO RAILROADS HAVING NO STRAP BAIL,
and being in excellent order, and CARRYING THE GREAT
NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN SI AIL, give the best guar
antee of always securiug connection*, a* is shown by arri
val*' daily at Richmond and Washington city in advance of
the Steamboat Bne.
Fabb bbtwbkb lUcHstosn asd WAeHiacToa .$.',50
Au Omnibus will be found always ready to take through
passengers and their baggage, of wearing apparel, between
the two Depotd, free Of charge, With ample time for them to
take their meaU, whether going 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 wiU receive
the Checks of passengers from the Danville Road, and at
tend to their baggage all the Way to Washington or.the Bal
The fare the same by the mall line as by the old steamboat
There If no change of cars cn the night line,between Rich
mond and Alexandria. fel
I HAVE the Agency for Excelsior Sewinr Sfaebines; price
or 85,00. C*n be seen at my warehouse. South ? nd
of Market, in operation on Saturdav from-11 to 12 oVJoek.
aujrt ftEO. WILSON.
I-UKIOtlT Ulil'AHTMiSN T.
^\/f ERCHANTS,manufacturers, and the publio generally,
JT* wc hereby respectfully Informed that the C. W. k Z. R.
11. Company Is now prepared to receive and forward freight
Ifrom the temporary Station InZane&vUte, on Second street
jiortii o/ Main,) to UilifTn* 1, Morrow, Wilmington, Wash
Lit CM , Nvw Lexington and interme
diate Stations. Partict Mention will also be given tothe
forwarding of Freight destined for the Wiit in accordanee
jvilh the wishes of oousignors, whether by Ilailroad or the
Rtver from Cincinnati.
Freight wiU_bereceived and delivered during the winter
months from * A 31. tti 4 P. M.; during the auiumer mouths
J lo & F. M., and shippers favoring the Company
ivitn their patronage, uiay rely upon the Cotnpauy's Agents
ipviag every attention necessary lo insure the utmost
[TOiuptltude and safety In the forwarding of property en
trusted to their care.
For further Information see the Freight Tariff pabllshed by
the Company, or apply to
H. K. 8MITI1,
__ General Freight Agent,)
fjjRVQ Zanesville? Ohio.
WHEELING AXIJ CINCINNATI WEEKW
TUB splendid passenger tteatner
_____2__^Capt Jon* McI.una,Jr.,J.C. Jkllv, Clerk,
will nrrlve and depart as follow *:
Leaves Wheeling every Tuesday at "o'clock, P. M.
Passta Marietta 41 Wednesday at 4 ,l a. M.
Arrives at Psrk'b'g 14 ?* at 5 " AM
<*???* 41 " 41 at 0 " A.' m!
Passed Pomf-roy " w ... at 2 H P M
F't Pleasant14 " ...\.*at? " 1\ m!
44 Galllpoli- 44 ?l at 41 P.M.
M Gu.vandottc 44 44 at 7 44 pi m]
*v Catlcttsb'g 44 44 at a " P.M.
44 Portsmouth" 44 at 12 41 M.
Arrives at Cincinnati on Thursday mornlnjr.
Leaves Cii einnati every Friday at 5 o'clock P. M.
Passes Portsmouth 44 Saturday at 8 44 A.M.
44 Catietteburg 44 *? * at 1 44 P. M.
44 Guyandottc ?* 44 at 2# 44 p. m!
44 Gallipolis w n m 7 ?? pt jf]
44 P't Pleasant 44 44 at 7** 44 p! jf!
44 Pomtroy ?' ?' at 9 44 P. M
Arrives at Parkersb'g 44 Sunday at 5 44 a! m!
Leaves 44 " *? nt $ it a M
Arrives at Wheeling every Sunday evening.
AgeuU.?8. C. hater k Co., Whet ling,
Hall, Matthewb & Co., dlarletta.
W. H. Mattingly, Parkershurg.
T. McRurnie, Cincinnati.
. LU. mt George L. Jo..n?on t Co., Cincinnati.
gS^The Courier will pass all Way Stations at the ad
FALL. TRADE, 1857.
?. B. HOPKTXB, WU. n. *n*.
KOMHfiTHUIA, TUOi.W. ATICIXSOS.
HOFKINS, HULL cf- CO.,
W1I0LBSALB UKALEKS IN
BRITISH, FRENCH AND AMERICAN
NO. ?B8 BALTIMORE Si'.,
OPPOSITE HANOVER STREET,
WE beg to cull the attention of buyers to our Fall
Stock, which comprises a most attractive assortment of
Britiah, French a ad American Urjr
n each department wo shall exhibit* large assortment.and
ball be prepared to furnisii any article needed in our line,
rtany of our goods we receive directly from the manufac
urertf,aiid our facilitice unable us to supply our customers
ritli goods as low as they can purchnse them in any of the
eastern cities. We would further state, that by the recent
:ompletion oi many of the Western and Southern Railroad*
ending towards Baltimore, we have increased facilities for
orwardlng goods with dispatch. We solicit a call from
>rompt buyers, and shall endeavor to make it to their inter*
rstto deal with us Very Rispcetfullv,
MW-n . MoI'KINS, 11 UIjIj A CO.
Orders promptly attended to.
Baltimore, August lath, 1857. anglS-tlll 1st Dec.*
Books, Stationery &. Wall i'aper
II A \ ING purchased the Book, Stationery and Wall Pa
p,tr ^f^blishment of John H. Thompson, I willcontln
te the business at the old staud, 117 Main street, Wheeling,
? a., and respectfully solicit* continuance of the patronaire
leretofore so liberally extended to my predecessor.
';J." '"y purpose to keep constantly on baud a full and
.omdlete assuitment in the various branches of the buai
less, and to sell ut the loweat prices.
To Country Merctuuita, Teachers and others purchasing
it wholesale, great inducements are offered in stock and
jayCash paid for Rags.
novl*-ly ' JAS. C. ORR.
PIANOS ! PIANOS ! !
JUST RECEIVE I) from the celebrated manufactory of
lialiet, Davis k Co., a splendid lot of Pianos. These
i'lanos are made with the full iron frame, circular aeales,
tud sliding desks, with patent suspension bridge, composi
bearings, and the repeatinggraud actlou, ami are Jully
warranted to givesatistactiou, aud are-made to stand in any
ALBO a splendid lot of Melodeons for churches, or the
In conncction with the above I have a large and full stock
h every kiiiA of 3tusical Instruments, aud in fact every
Jiing tliat may oc found in a Music Store, may be found at
he store of T. CAUTWttlOHT,
jely-w l'JS Main at.. Wheeling.
Pena ! Pens iT PensTF!
.? ??W.W rcC<jive<l superior lot of Gold Pens
a which he had made uuder his owu supervision. They
ire made from gold reduced to 14 karats by a combination
u alloys, and cannot be equalled for elasticity and dura
Jlllty, by any other combination of metals. Prices are
Uixleriilc, mid every pen wmrrautcil. They ninv be kliowu
??-v PW11'cing .(auipt'd "O. l>. Urott.n, Whocllug."
MANUEACTURER OE VJNEUAR
AKb fKALfcK IK
Clour. iTIIII Feed ol ull klnda. t orn und
, <Jor" Oul?, ftulcd liny, Ac.
^v^AUot the aoove articles delivered free ol extra cltarce
in any part of the city. ?
The highest jirlce |i?ld In canh for all Country Produce
Opposite the Second rreibytfrian Churth, Centre M'linl
n'atchu.Jeirelrr.gilirrnud IMatrd Ware,
* luchR, Clc. Ac.
C. 3p. BROAVNj
E o. 118 MainlBtroet.iWbetsliug, Va.
IS now fpciiiuji one uf the Dnut and largcsi iiaiorlmcnls
01 gnous In his line thai has ever been bruucht to this
city, which will bv .old Wliolcale and itetall at prices as
loiv as any bouse West of the Atlautic cities.
Among hls^ouds uiay be found Gold and Silver IVatcllta
from some of the moat celebrated English and Suisse Mauu
faeturerers. Also, the rail D. 11. * i). American Paten'
Uercr Watch>?. Clocks in yrcal variety, lucludlni; a re* ji
day Regulators of hue quality, suitable for Hanks, ltailroan
tit:-.I ions, Olbces and Uatch Makers.
lieautlfu) Jewelry, In sells er olllervlie, of Co/ll. Most!
Cameo, l/old, tkc-ne, Lava, and all Gold Jewelry. Also ;
assortuieni of Holt eoducr and i.lated Jewelry, v?n ehea
Kine pocket Cutlery, Kaiors, Scissors, Silver Nai.l
Rlllga, Card Cases, Uold Pens, 4c. 4c. Every article
Ibis establishment ts warranted to be as good as reprtsen
ed, or the money returned. A call is r.MKCtlullv solicit. .
mhto IIS Main St., oi.s door from .Marsh 4 Taylor's.
FALL AND WINTER HATS,
\VR have in 5lore ai,cl are now offering a great vaiiei
TT of Fall and Winter Hats? foreign and domestic fur
We invite the attention of Western merchants to our sloe
C. B. SLINGLUPF A C??.t
__ 3dS Baltimore street,
auggo ' Baltimore, Md.
JUST RECEIVED:-?'Godfrey's Narrative of (he I?ostGri
nell Arctic Exploring Exj?edition?price only 50 cen
Canterbury Tales, by Harriet iJee; Mormonism, by Edd
Hyde; Edgar A. Poe, complete Works; Greeley's Life of Hi
ry Clay. Also, a good assortment of Standard Works -
For sale at the Publishers* prices, by
augl4 ^ . Main St., Centre Wheeling.
I)LANTERNS HATS.?Received tLis day a. very large 1 .
of Llack, Brown and Pearl colored Planter's Hats -
ah saallties and styles of trimming. For *ale low.
-8 D. I1ARPKR k SON.
B* OVS' AND YOUTH'S fiOFT HATS.?A'tine assoruni
of Boys* and Youth's Soft Hats of all colors aud shan. i
suitable for the Fall arid Winter.
au*'3 S. D. HARPER k EON.
?? tt ?:r. ?" ? jvui;iv-;yv
INS lilt ANUEr
The Insurance Company
OF THE VAL.LliY OF VlKCilNIA
CCAPITAL, $3W),(K'0? all paid In and Invested, with sur
/ plus, win take Fire, Cargo and Marine riak*. toeera
promptly adjusted aud paid.
-G?"~OfllCe next door aUoyc M. & M. Bank, Main.atrect.
W. F. PETERSON, Agent.
J. U Baker, Tallant A Dela plain,
Thos. H. List, D. Lauib,
Nurton, Aclicaon A Go. M. Nelson,
S. Bra.iy, S. C. Bake* A Co.,
List Jc Howell, O. W lielekell A Oo.
1-IoME I-'InL iviAiciMfi'
JA'HUJi'AH CJJ CO Ml'AS J .
[OFFICE NO. 4 WALL STREET, N. Y.J
C akh Capital ?. .f 147,942 44
Lia^ilitiim |M|67? W
nptllS Company Is owned and managed by some of Uie
X wealthiest and best merchants In the city of New York.?
For particular* enquire of W. F. PETERSON,
jnt* Agent fsr Wheeling and vicinity.
The Citizens Fire, Marine an?i
OFFICII NKXT B06k TO TUB M. A II. BASK.
Company la now lolly organixed and prepared to
-L Issue Policies, at the most liberal ra tee, on Via*, M a
HiSKaml Inland rieks.
Andw P. Woods, Wm. McCoy, Jas. R. Baker,
Wiu. W. Sliriver, Thomas Sweeney, John List,
Jas. C. Acheson. L. S. Deluplain. John F. Ilopkhta.
L. B. DELAPLAIN. President.
W. F. Pktkbsos, Secretary. spl
FIRE AND MAH1NL
Howard fire and marine insurance co., of
Incorporated by Act of i he L.egialature of
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, ?ttO0,OOO, FULL
Jn ce*tcd a? jblUxck:
First Bonds and Mortgages on Proper-!
ty in the City of Philadelphia,.
Stocks worth par,
Cash on hand,
Amount secured by Stock Notes, ? 19U,irf)0
Amount of Stock due on Call, J 1,710
THIS COMPANY EFFECTS INSURANCE OS
Buildings, Merchandise, Furniture, [Lumber, Ac., on Ves
sels, Cargo and Freight, to all Ports, and by Railroad, Lakee.
and Rivers, ut the lowest Rates, and ipon the moat liberal
Terms: guaranteeing Prompt Payment on the adjustment of
Perpetual luiuranceat usual rates.
K. B. SWEARINGHN,
Agent for the State of Virginia.
Ofllce Union Hall Buildings, West aide of Main St., *i?4
door South of N. W. Bank. j aun^
- THE ' *
lE'i'NA INS UK AN OK COMPANY
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
1NCORPOKA I El>, illAY 1819.
WITH A PERPETUAL CHARTER?CASH CAPITAL ALL
5 0 0,000.
ONE of the oldest and best institutions lu this country,
continues to take risk* upon the moot favorable terms.
E. B. SWEARING EN, Agent
fur Wheeliug and vioinlty,
OFFICE?Union llall Building, Main street
J a 12?ily
THEFIREANDMARINE INSURANCE COM
PANY OF WHEELING.
TAKES risks at the lowest rates on Buildings of all kinds.
Steamboats, Furniture und Merchandise, and against an
dangers attending the Transportation of Goods on rivers,
seus, lakes, cunah and railroads.
Dl RECTO 118.
R. Crangi^, S.Brady, Rob'tMorrlse*
Sam'l Neel, Win. Fleming, J. W. Gill,
Dan'lLainb, Robt Putterson, Saml. Ott.
ROBT. CRANGLE, Prea't.
R. TV'. Hakpiko, Sec'y.
^^Applications for Insurance will be promptly atteade4
to by the President and Secretary.
Wheeling, Jan. 26. ISM.
Fall and Winter Goods.
HK1SKELL A SWEARING EN will open this day (Tu?*
day, 1st September.) a beautiful stock of Fall and
\t inter Goods, to which they Invite the attention of the
buESS GOODS?Elegant Silk Robes, In colors nndblaok;
Muslin de ltusse Plaids; Muu?laine de lalne Robes; Elegant
Silks, in rich styles; Bayadere Silks: Black Figured Silks,
Printed Mouslaine de lalues?very rich; Printed Cashmeres,
in new designs; Cachmere Robes; Black Batin du c he lire;
French and English Chintzes, very beautiful; Poplinetts for
Dusters and Mantles; Plaid Freucb Merinot; Bischoff'a and
Bouny's Plain black Silks.
EMBROIDERIES.?Party Capes and Bcrthcs, In entirely
new desigus; Lace and Emh'd Setts?(Collars and Blee\es);
Valenciennes tflmuicd, (Kmb'd Collars); French Worked
Collars and Sleeves, lu Swiss and Jacconct; Real Valenci
ennes Laco; Jacconet and Swiss Edgings, Flouncing* and
WHITE GOODS ? S-4 Organda Muslins; Plain and Flg'4
Swiss do.; Nainsuok, Jacconet and Cambric Muslins; Plaid
and Strip- d Muslins?great variety.
SHAWLS, MANTLES, Ac.?A choice assortment of
Shawls, Mautlea, Hoop Skirts, Ac.
septl HEIFKELL k SWEARINGEN.
[ OPPOSITE THE SUSPENSION P?.IAORtl
W 1:113 ULsINO, VA.
WM. BARRETT, Proprietor.
THIS well known Hotel has been newly renovated, aad
now funds) esthc best of accommodations to traveler
AT MODERATE RATES.
It is located I jar the centre of the city, opposite the Sua
pension Bridge and only a few squares from Ike Rtilffttd
Depots and Steamboat Lauding.
Is attached tollc House. Travelers und boarders nay rest
assured that no pains will be spared to add to their com
aNOTHEH AliltlVALi OF
DREW & DRAKE have this day received, In addition to'
their large and extensive stock of FAMILY GRO
CERIES, a tine and varied assortment of Spices, Ac , to
which they most respectfully call the attention of their cat*
tomcrs; Mustard in cans and box?a; Grain and pulverised
Atspice; G ain an A pulverised Cloves; Mustard Seed; Grain
ud puiverixi d Pepper; Salt in large and small bags; Cas
ile Soap, and pure Starch, Ac., Ac , which they offer at
reasonable and reduced prices.
They have also received a large lot of Conft-ctlonarles,
such a< Rose. Vanilla, Orange and Lemon Oum Drop*; pure
hite Rock Caud.v; Jujube Paste;Stick rail Ualabna LWuor
Ice, kept constantly ou hand at No. 5 Washington Hall.
By J. B. LIPPING OTT & CO.,
OI/D CHOItC'ES, MINISTERS, AND FAMILIES OFVIR.
OIMA. Uibhop M?adh. TwovoU.8yo. Mumcfsuwljr
"SUAVERY OIIBAISEO BY 00D. Br Bit. Fud. A. BeM,
?* Tothf. mrn Xorth arid South who honor the uord oj
God and Uw* th*tr county."
One vol. limo. Price fl.
E?T~ Tna aiiovb works will be roRWAunw> ?v mail, eaa
PAtir, rpow tKcr.irr ?r Paicn. au-^il-lmdAftt-wAw
CIIKISTIAN SUNDAY SCHOOL LIBKAKY.
A SERIES OP FIFTY VOLUMES OF JUVENILE BOOKS,
^V.adapted to the tiW of families and Sunday schools, un
der Ihe auspices of the American Christian Publication Bo*
These books eonslst of selections from the best English
and Scotch Juvenile Literatures, and original works written
cxprefsty for Ihl* i HirarybjrElder/ I. Errett, J. J. Trott,
A. Baino, E. Goodwin.C. Snelbourue U.S. Burnet, B. Frank
lin,T. Fanning, Jas. T. Barclay?ministers, of the Christian
church, T>r. J. Smith, 0. D. Hulburt,4tUncle Harlan,"**Rnth
Vernon," Mra.S. E. Parrott, Mrs. Stephens and Mrs. An
These works are neatly and substantially, bound- and af
forded at the low price of $8 for the Fifty Volumes.
All orders for the same will receive prompt attention.
J. 11 LIPPINOOTT A CO., Publishers,
aug94-lmd?ltt.w?w Philadelphia, Pa.
t ARCESTEKSB1EE SAUCE.?A most excellent condl
. . raent for Roast Meats, Steaks, Cutlets, Chops, Fish,
Cuirl rs, Gravies, Games, Oysters, Soups, Ac., juntreceived
and f .r sale by W. A EDWARDS A BRO.,
Corner Monroe and Market Sla..
ae(S Opposite McLurit Hoase.