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The reported defeat of Pope and banks — a Confederate victory in Tennessee. Mobile, September 2. --A special dispatch to the Advertiser and Register, dated Tupelo, September 1st, says: Our scouts from Luke, yesterday, (Rosecrans's headquarters,) report that intelligence had been received by telegraph that Pope and Banks had met with a terrible defeat, losing 30,000 prisoners. The commanding General places every confidence in the report, coupled, as it is, with other statements regarding Federal movements which he knows to be true. The same scouts report the destruction of an important railroad bridge in Virginia. Gen. Armstrong's official dispatch, dated six pairs south of Bolivar, Tenn, states that he attacked the enemy in front of Bolivar on the 30th ult., running them into the town, taking seventy-one prisoners, including four commissioned officers. West Tennessee is now nearly clear of invaders.