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it to-night." Private advices represent that two thousand prisoners will arrive on the down trains to-day. A large corps of bridge builders have been sent to the front. Orders have been issued to examine the railroad from Dalton to Chattanooga, via Cleveland. It is supposed that the trains will run on to Chattanooga to-day, as the road to Cleveland is known to be in good order, and that from Cleveland to Chattanooga is not known to be destroyed. This morning a dispatch from Ringgold was received by Capt. Butler from Gen. Bragg's operator, addressed to the Nashville refugees here. He says, "Come on home; the road is clear. " [Second Dispatch.] Atlanta, Sept. 23. --It is stated on authority deemed reliable that the enemy has burnt all of his stores at Chattanooga, and no Yankee in arms is south of the Tennessee river to-day. There is no confirmation of the report of the occupation of Chattanooga by Gen. Bragg, but it is generally believed. Informat