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urer to remove the public funds and archives from the capital. The Augusta Chronicle of Saturday says: A gentleman who arrived on Thursday evening from Stone mountain reports that the Yankee column moving down the Georgia railroad divided at Decature, one-half going down the Covington road and the other the Rockbridge road. At Stone mountain they burned all the unoccupied houses. comprising some two thirds of the town, and were laying waste the country as they progressed. They march in hollow squares, their trains in centre. They united at Baker's mill, near Covington, and it was not known whether they would strike for Eatonton or Athens. This gentleman says that the view from the summit of Stone mountain of the conflagration of Atlanta was awful beyond description. The Gate City was "an ocean of flame" as the fiery waves rose and fell throughout its whole extent Passengers on the Georgia railroad last night reported that about one hundred Federal cavalry mad