On Thursday afternoon, four prisoners escaped from the jail at Canandaigua. By some means they got up into the loft, and thence through a scuttle upon the roof, after which they lowered themselves to the ground by means of sheets taken from their beds. They then scaled the walls and went off. One of them was arrested at Fisher's Station yesterday morning, and brought to this place by an officer from Canandaigua. The others are still at large. Their names are Charles BALES, William DEMING, and Augustus GEER. They have been seen in this vicinity - at the first lock. Sheriff HILD--- was away from home when the escape occurred.