Pgh Daily Post 1844 9/18 p3

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en-I. a he & of at ad cd-nesday.) j D'-m-iH'r.itii: 9 in-l. t- sup-plie tie of a pie-ptyvd at cf Pro-jiertv, Ad-lioiti t Pitts-inirgh. DEMOCRATIC MASS CONVENTION AND BARBS CUE For Western Pennsylvania anil the Slates that border thereon, to be held at Pittsburgh, On Thursday, the 19th day of September. ARIIANGKMF. NTS FOR THE DaT. The procession will form on Liberty street, with tho right on St Clair, in the following order, viz: 1st A Band of Music, accompanied by the Committee of Arrangement on horse back. 2d Revolutionary und Soldiers of the last War in carriages. . 3.1 Thk I'ntZK Bannlr and FtAgs with tho following committee appointed to receive them from tl;e ladies. Wilson M'Cnndless, S Jones, J W Blair, John Hague, Nalh Ingroham, W J Anderson, Jos M'Kib- ben. Robert Anderson, S II Woodward, i tl t aulson Wm Trovillo. George I Smith, .lames Irwin. SW Black, S Morrow, John S Hamilton, J no ' Mitchell, WC Wall. Wm Bryant, James M Outre, Ja Watson, Wm Harper, Jas Benney, jr. Dr Samuel Dilworth. 4th The Virginia Delegation. 5th 1 he Ohio Delegation. b'th The Westmoreland Vlegation. 7ih The Washington Delegation. 8th The Fayette and Greene Delegations. 9tli Beaver, Mercer, mid Butler Delegai ions, IOtli Crawford and Erie Delegations, llih Armstrong, Venango, Clarion, Jetlerson and Indiana Delegations. 12tli Oilier nothern counties. 13:h Somerset, Bedford, Huntingdon und Cambria 11. Allegheny county as follows: Moon; Findlav; Fayette; Robinson; Upper St Claii; Lower St Claii; Jetlerso:,; Mifflin; Baldwin; Elizabeth; Versail'es; riumh; Wilkins; Peebles; Tilt; Ind;ana; including Sharpsburg, West Deci; East Deer; Fine; Franklin; Ross; Ohio; Reserve, including Manchester; Birmingham; Lawrenceviile. 1st waid Allegheny city; 2.1 ward do; 3d ward do; 4 1 li ward do. Isf ward city of Pittsburgh; 2d w nd do; 3 I ward do; 4th ward do; 5th vard do. THE ROUTE WILL BE AS FOLLOWS. Wheel into St. Clair, down St. Clair to I'enn. down Perm to Maibuty.up Marbflry to Liberty, down I.ibcr-Iv to Water, al nig Water to Market, up M ukrt to .r'h, along 5ih to Wood, down Wood to Water, up Water to Sinilhfield, up Smiihlield to Liberty, up Li-beityti Wnvne, along Wnyno Hi I'enn, up I'enn to Mechanic, down Mechanic to the Bridge, across to Allegheny, thence up Chcsuut to Ohio, and along Ohio to Se ninai v Hill. The procession following otlicers . id- r the direction of the .MAKiltAt.S. Cant Han Gen J K Moorho.id John Iii niitigl.am, Abram Hays, II Ingram, D Fickirson, Hutrh M'C laien, W M Ed- ir, M Baldwin, J 1) Miller, Steen I'ovce, Junatlriii Luge, J C Ritchie, Valentine Short, T B.'aikmoi e. M'Clnre, J L Morris, James l';iv!ii", Thonias II imiitoti James 1 1 Watson, R Aihirz, D P D ivail. Dr II Gicss, John Solaud, E Ttoviilo, Richard Hoshes, Samuel M'K-.'lvv. Dr Wi;iia n Wei her, H,!l The Mar-h:!- wii! bt designau-d h. scroll and the fdl.nviii- aidsto the Ciii will be d-.-siijnated hy a white s.ish a: hat and who f M os,:,!. 1 a suroll Henry G tssen, Joseph Cooper, Dr J Poilock. William M itt hew s, CI William L .Millet Cant S Black. 5th War.). Moon. Findlav. Fayette Versailles. 1 'pper Si Ci i Pe. hi, s. Ro.s. Franklin. Pin,-. W.-t Deer; Piutllh. Wilkins. Alleffhe.iy. 4.h Ward. John Mi'Comlis, 1',-t,. I Ivory. J. ho D Fowler, A A I Id, ill ::Ot. John Lavely. Joseph Utile, Ed - aid Thoiiipson, M,,rti-of, I'o-tter, John S I lamilloii, A Reno. Charles Barrier, Thomas Donnelly. J ohn All ItellV. City. Alleirh-ny, 11. Guthrie The delegations are requested to he on tiie ground as early a possbic, s- that the puuession may start at 10 o'clock, A M. The M ar-di'lls and the Aid 1 the f'hiof Marsha! willmoetat the !,oiie of John Smith in the south ward of Pittsburgh, lit 3 o'clock A M. , The Torchlight piocession will he formed at the : house of J. din Smith, at CJ o'clock I'M. ; The loutu will be a follows: aiong Grant to j.i down -id to Wood, up Wo,l to Liberty, up Liberty O'Harn. along O'H ira to I'enn. down I'enn to Hay, along Hay to Liberty across Liberty to lib, up 4th to John Smith's Gtove. Signed RODY PATTERSON, Chief Marshal. SECOND WARD HICKORY CLUB, A meeting of the 2d Ward Hickory Club convened at H Daily's on the Kith inst., agreeably to notice. On mill ion, it w as Rcsniued, That the Club proceed to eject Marshals to officiate on the IOtli, which resulted in the- choice of Robeit Patterson, Chief Murshal; and R A Bailsman, Nathaniel P Patterson, James E Newhousc and Otis Young, assistants. On motion. Resolved, That five Marshals be appointed to offi- I New mod-ci.ile on the occasion of the torch-light procession, on j els or the evening ot the llMli. I lie rresutent appointed , D B Sh.-ble, W W Dallas, Herbstaud John Fowler. II enrv Mil Capt. ( )ii motion. Resolved, That a committee of three be appointed to invite the Birmingham Delegation to meet w iih this ' Club on the lDth R A Bailsman, James Rankin and Wm Kelley, were appointed. Resolved, That Samuel W Blutk, Eq., be invited to address the meeting. Mr Black accepted ihe invitation and gave a spirited and appropriute ;jddies, in the course of w hich be eloquently exposed some of th. whig devices, and decanted upon certain promises of the w hig party in 1810 w hereby many of the democrats w ere "snaked in." Rcsolned , That the Club ad journ to ne-et at the Scotch Hill Maiket House on Thursday morning the 19th inst, at Si o'cl.ick, J. C. DAVITT, Piesl. J. B. S HURT .IFF, Sec'y. Musical D. every tins-sage sept her hercto-j fore) Prices ctirrkid The the opera-lion. pily ID" Guard. .-r-t.-.j this Tuesdav or The Guard, clock. fiu-i nishing first of I Four con-j sit of 1 Saddle. ' Breaat ! CVupper, ' Cloak ! t arlmie I Four I Four i Four parts Cinb ! Curb Halter t ni b j 1 hroal The ; ship, ' a id olln e. I Louis, j Kv., disposed be Hi'.d of referred bvsuch j th- part ; First, ironed, cover-; rd, and ottered ! the j rights Govern-m-nt seeling the the loch resjects otherwise the ilege work ! all the warian-I ting j A faithful ; mor -nienis C'o-ihi- g 'f-ficers the the sept r N burgh, And and appointed in the made for w ill

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  2. 18 Sep 1844, Wed,
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