The rebel furnaces at Atlanta havo stopped runniug for want of ooal. Tbe WorWs Washington special saya; Oar relations with Frauce are now ia a very critical coudition, Parties from Gen. Grant's front say that it is not probable that any figbting will take place for sonie time yet. Four bnndred more of our prisoners vvcre sbipped froui Ilichmond, February 29tb, for Americus, Georgia. N earlv 3,000 have thus far beco sent. There' are ac-coinwodations for 6,000. Forty-six miles of the Mobile and Ohio Kailroad were destroyed by üen. Sherman. The Southern road was alsö dcstroyed from Meiidian to Jackson Eighl hundred negroes were carried off, The noted guerrilla, Captain, aliat Colonel Kieluirdson, en route northward as a prisoner, while attempting to escape was shot dead by Captain, Stone, of the Thirty-seventh Kentucky. There was an extensive fire at Pensacola on the 19tL, ind the town is believed to have been destroyed by tbe rebels under the impression that our forces designed to oecupy it soon. Scouts report that Longstreet has sliipped bis wagons per train to Riohraond, and is mounting men upon the hoi'ses and mules thus released, and 'g pressing all animáis that can be found. Garrison defends Lincoln. He saya "he has travoled as fast townrds tbe nefrro as popular sentiment would warrant him in doincr " Tt was Garrison who originally pronounced the Constitution 9 league with heil and a covenant with deuth.