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Worthy of notice.

--We should do our selves injustice did we fail to notice the self-sacrificing patriotism which has distinguished some of our citizens during the last two days. Thousands of persons have arrived, tired, hungry, and weary. It is with pleasure that we point to the cheerful sacrifices made by Mr. Louis Antelotti and his lady, who not only closed up their store at the Central depot for two days, but opened their house adjacent for the reception and arrangement of the food contributed by thousands of our citizens. Circumstances forbid us to say more; but we nevertheless think that a debt of gratitude is due those who have entered with untiring devotion into the cause.

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