-The ex. tent to which toadyism oau be carriöd is admirably illustrated in ihe Herald'ts aooount of the Iuanguralion ball [n whioh the following refoience ia made to Mra. Liüooln: Mrs. Lincoln rouiained seated iu queeuly state. Slie was dressed in wliite satin, richly embroidered, and wore a point laee shawl Her ueeklaco and earrings were of diamonds. Her hair waa arranged with a fall of curls and with silver ornaments and while artificial flowers. Hei rounded arras and dimplod shoulders wuro diriplay'd, and hor face bore the exprtssion whioh :it?sared all observers that she was the vvifo of the President. Nobody could inistake Mrs. Lincoln. Sho was every inch a Presidentes.