R Washington, Andrew Jackson, Geo H Groom,
Charles Doreey, Joseph Warren, Wm. H Fisher
Galileans No 2 of Washington
Numbering 65 men Dress, black suits, high hats,
Tenth Ward Republican Association,
Numbering sixty men, Lewis Johnson D G M.
This Club carried a banner upon which was painted
a portrait of W. Lloyd Garrison and the following
"The Liberator has at last been heard." The pioneer
men were dressed in black pants and red shirts and
the rest of the members in black pants and blue shirts.
National Wide Awakes of 1870
Numbering seventy five men and pre[ce]ded by Dav[a]
dge's Brass Band. Men dressed in blue shirts open
in front, with white undershirt dress red neck
ties, white belts with red initials (NWA) and
black pants. In this Association was a barouche containing
eight aged colored men -- men who had waited
long and anxiously for such a day as the one enjoyed
yesterday. One of the banners of the Club represented
the likeness of Grant and Lincoln. The Club was
in charge of Frank Johnson, Marshal, ant Le Dorel
Sixth Ward Loyalists
This Club made a very creditable appearance, and upon its banner was inscribed 'Let Soldiers in War be Citizens in Peace,’ "In God we Trust ’ The Club also carried a large American flag.
Charles C Fulton Club
Tbe C C Fulton Club followed. They were dressed in white shirts, with blue collars, black pantaloons, and Melton hats. They carried pioneer axes, bearing the name of C C Fulton.
Fairmount Keystone Base Ball Club,
An organization of young colored men from the Sixth ward clad in black pants trimmed with yellow and white shirts. Two of the members were costumed as Indians. This club carried a representation of a balloon, upon which was inscribed 'U Print that and Bal
Sixth Ward Freemen Club
Black pants, red shirts, bee hive painted upon a banner and the words, "No Drones in the Hive." A large burgee with the names of Grant and Colfax upon it.
Evening Star Beneficial Association, No. 1
Black suits high hats and star on coat red white
and blue rosettes. This Association numbered fifty
men, was from the Tenth ward and in charge of Rob’t
Proctor, Marshal, and Wm. H Dorsey, Deputy
Young Men's Christian Association
An Association numbering sixty men belonging to
the Tenth ward. Dress - Black suit, high hats, White
sash with blue trimmings.
Samuel M Evans Club, Seventh Ward
This was a fine body of men and attracted considerable
attention. It numbered seventy five, and was
dressed as follows. White shirts, blue collars and lapels
black belts, belt plate with coat of arms of the
State engraved thereon, black pants, Leghorn hats
The organization carried a banner upon which was
painted a correct likeness of the gentleman after whom
the Club was named. The Club also had in its keeping
a wagon upon which had been erected a monument
the sides of which were embellished with portraits of
Lincoln, Stanton, Winter Davis aud Thaddeus Stevens.
The inscriptions were "With malice towards none
and charity for all" - Lincoln, ‘Lived and died for his
country" - Stanton "The iron hand that held Maryland
to her allegiance" Davis, "Outer pickets of
the Republican party" - Stevens