Mr. Ridgely of Baltimore county, desired to avoid mere resolutions of opinion as not the thing demanded.
He wanted a committee to prepare business.
On motion, the resolution of Mr. Gant was laid on the table, and a committee of two from each Presiding Elder's district appointed to report business.
The committee is composed of the following gentlemen:
Col. Ridgely, Baltimore county; Charles J. Baker, Baltimore; W. H. Edes, Georgetown; E. C. Brown, Loudoun; D. M. Wood, Botetourt; Dr. Black, Montgomery, Va., James N. Davis, Washington; Dr. Z. Howard, Montgomery, Md.; Abraham Nulton, Winchester; Samuel Taylor, Hampshire, Jacob Mohler, Rockingham; Dr. E. G. Moorman, Rockingham; Joel McPherson, Lewisburg; William Smith, Monroe.
Hon. Mr. Daniel, of Baltimore, offered a resolution asking for a joint committee on the part of the Convention and Conference to prepare business, that there might be harmony of action.
Judge Bond opposed, and Mr. Daniel su
o fine manufacturing in market.
Stock on hand of the old crop very light, and mostly of inferior quality.
Wheat.--Receipts light and market firm at $email@example.com for White; $1.30@$1.35 for Red.
Whiskey.--Richmond Rectified 31½@22½ cents; Stearns' Old Malted Rye $1.50; other qualities 75 cts, @$1.50 per gallon.
Wines.--Port, Burgundy $1@$2.50 per gallon; Port Juice $2 50@$4. Madeira,Sicily 45@$1.75; Old Maderia $2.50@ $4. Sherry,Permartin, Duff and Gordon, Amontilado, $2@$6.
Wood.--Wholesale; Oak $3.50@$3.75 per cord; Pine $2.75@$3. Retail Oak $5; Pine $4.50.
Wool.--Tub Washed sold at 35@37; unwashed third less.
Greece as in quality.
foreign.--Nothing to add relative to foreign freights.
Domestic.--The following are the present rates as coastwise freights:
Coal, per ton$1.50$1.75$1.25
Flour, per bbl202520
Tobacco, per hhd2.503.002.50
Tobacco, per box202525
Coal to Baltimore, 3 cts per bushel; Fl