On the evening of November 25, the Steamer Company elected the following officers for the ensuing year: Foreman, Christian Huber; Assistant Foreman, John Gueber; Recording Secretary, Waldo E. Gibbs; Financial Secretary, Peter Dekeyser ; Treasurer, Joseph B. Knight; Engineer, Frank H. Gibbs; Assistant Engineer, Corneil Demarest; Stoker, Otto Smith; Steward, Henry Kimmel. After the election the men adjourned to partake of the usual collation at the expense of the successful candidates.
The members of the Engine Company gave an entertainment at their house Monday evening, to a large and enthusiastic audience. They rolled their Engine and Carriage into the Truck-house, brought in benches from the City Hall, and improvised seats fjpr about one hundred and fifty persons. The entertainment consisted of variety sketches, songs, dances, cornet solos, recitations, etc., by the members of the Company. The audience was highly respectable, being composed of members of the other Companies and invited guests. The entertainment was a good one, and those present enjoyed it. The Steamer boys believe that a tiling like this pays, in the public feeling which it excites in their favor. They propose to hire a hall and repeat the entertainment, for the benefit of tlie Company treasury.