Tlie following are the officers reeen tl v cliosen by the lire department, for the comino; year, the same to bc approved by the common council at its next regular meeting: Chlef E n k In eer- M oses Seabolt. Flrsi Asslstant Englneer- R. F. Nsnford. Secoiul Asslstant Knlneer- P. Dignan Treasurer- C. H. Worden 8ecretary-N. D.Gates. Öteward- J. Mclntyre. WAHDESS. Ut ward- Fred Schmid, Casper Rlnsey 5nd ward- Wm. Herz John Lucas. 3d ward- John Dow, W. E Walker 4th ward- M. Clark, John Foearly. 5th ward- O. H Rhodes. W. Poner 6th ward- E. tí. Gidley. P D Woodruff. The treat whieti our musicians are to enjoy on Satunlay eveninj; next :it Uiiiversity hall, s thus spoken of by the New York Times : "Mme. Carteno, of course, canieil off the honors of the evening. The more she is heard, the more evident it is thatr this accnmpllshed artiste is a piimisteof rareability. Shc always plays witli foroe, yetwith ft-mininegrace. Her reading is teclinically accurate, but, modified by taste and sentiment, .-nul is almost beyond ciiticism. Last night she played in her best marnier, and the verdict of the audience evidently was, that In Mme. Carreno they hnd listened to an artiste of the lirst rank. There aro only a few pianistes wlio have any nght to claim rivalship with Mme. Carreno."