Philadelphia Evening Bulletin, December 26, 1850

THE FUGITIVE SLAVE LAW will continue to create occasional excitement, but nothing of the kind that can happen ever interferes with the constant rush of customers in pursuit of Clothing at the great establishment of Rockhill & Wilson, now removed to 111 Chesnut street, on the opposite corner of Franklin Place from their old stand. Their removal to their new quarters gives them room to display to great advantage their large and cheap stock of Clothing.

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