The next entertainment in the Inlaud League Conrse for this evening will be tbe Cook Arctio Expedition, an interestiiig lecture by S. P. Orth, who was the botauist of the Cook expedition. He tella of Labrador, Qreenland and the Arctio, and the lecture is profusely illnstrated with views taken on the exppdition. As the Cleveland News and Herald saya: No adventure is so thrilling as that iu the regions sealed to human conqnest by ice and snow ; and in recent years no Arotio expedition has endured more hardships, or passed throngh more thrilliug scènes, wreoks; privations and adveutures. Mr. Ortb. 8 an energetic scientist and possesses rare ability as a lecturer.