Clipped From The Courier-Journal
1-2 4 V 2 2 t 1-4 2 1-2 -2 4 1-4 1-4 1-2 3-4 2 2 ; . -1 . of SCENES FROM BEN HUR. A Panoramic Kthibition For the Ben. rrit of tbe Confederate Monument. The ladies of the Confederate Women's Monument Association have made ar-runireinents with the managers of the fatuous lien 11 ur I'anoramic exhibition lor four H-rforinanct at Mataulej " Theater, Septeinls-r 24, 25 and 2'i, cn- the latsi-r tLite linving a matineo as well as the exhibition at night. The most interesting passages of that wonderfully fascinating romance are illustrate! with every attention to accuracy of detail in costume, scenery mid everything, which can bring the story vividly liefore the eye of the audience. The koinan galley, with its contrast of pow-r ond servitude, the tribune in his gilded cabin, the slaves chained to the benches, i portrayed with faith-ml mllierenve to tin- picture given in the thrilling narrative. The chariot race, when lien liur overthrows Mcssala nnd wreaks hitter vengeance en his own personal f(-, nnd typically, in hiru, on t,.e brutal tyranny which oppressed the a'ici.-nt world is given with splendid scenic effect. I..re than 100 performers will appear iu the different, tableaux, selected iiom well known ladies and c.-ntletnen of Ijoiiisv ille. The ladien expect to rr ili.rf a very handsome sum for the monument out of their kii.ixo of the proceeds of tiie c.vhiliition. A Kather.ln-I.nw Victimised.