From the Wheeling Intelligencer, Dec. 4.

Brig.-Gen. WILLIAM S. ROSECRANL, commanding all the forces in Western Virginia, together with the following officers of his Staff, arrived in the city yesterday morning, and took temporary lodgings at the McLure House. They came up on the steamer Prima Donna, and left Camp Tompkins on the Kanawa on Sunday last.

Capt. George S. Hartsuff, Assistant Adjutant-General and Chief of Staff; Major J.W. Crawford, Acting Inspector-General; Capt. J.G. Chandler, Chief Quartermaster; Capt. C.N. Goulding, Assistant Quartermaster; Francis Darr, Assistant Commissary subsistence; Dr. H.R. Wirtz, Assistant Surgeon and Medical Director; Capt. W.F. Reynolds, Topographical Engineer; Major Joseph Darr, Jr., Provost-Marshal.

Gen. ROSECRANS will make Wheeling his headquarters this Winter -- will most likely bring his family here. He chooses it as a middle and convenient point for his tours of inspection and direction among the different camps. He has commenced setting things in order already. The late manager at the Hospital, Dr. GRISWOLD, against whom there were many complaints, has been superseded. Other business is put under way by the General. He seems to be a man of stirring energy, with very little of the red tape about him.