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--The Theatres in the Confederacy are doing a flourishing business. At Mobile, Mr. Crisp has been very successful as manager. At Montgomery, Ala., Miss Ida Vernon is now playing a highly successful star engagement, supported by E. R. Dalton and other auxiliaries. A few nights since the last-named actor, in a fencing scene, had the misfortune to cut Sum Hubbard on the hand; and the next night, while playing the Phantom, he shot a brother actor, named Bowers in the face with a pistol and the latter will probably lose one of his eyes by the accident.

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