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attox county, has contributed six hundred dollars towards arming and equipping the volunteers. Henry Ward Beecher, it is said, is going to the war as a chaplain. He would do well to keep beyond the range of Southern rifles. Hon. C. C. Clay, Jr., late U. S. Senator from Alabama, has returned home from Minnesota in somewhat improved health. The President and Directors of the Bank of North Carolina have tendered to the State a loan of $500,000 for purposes of defence. Mr. J. C. Williams, of Farmville, Va., has sent five hogsheads of smoking tobacco to Gov. Pickens, for the use of the troops. T. Vandegriff, a steamboat runner, was shot and killed at Pittsburgh, on Monday, by Capt. Rogers, of the steamer Diadem. The Amoskeag Veterans, of Manchester, N. H., have voted to tender their services to the Governor for the war. We have amidst the gloom of civil war, cheering accounts of the growing crops in Maryland and Virginia. The Atlanta (Ga.) Beauregard