Deputy Connty Trearurer under Mr. CarfUTïK, and i'or six years prior to the presnt teim Tveasurer, lias been commissioned as Paymaster in the army, with the rank of Major. The Dr. is something of a radica!, but i! i correct accountant and an honest man, aiid that ï-s more than we could say of sorae Genio L'ucle Saiu's service. He will work faiihfully, and will (jive the soldiers their full diies. Ho left on Monday evening for Washjn-jtun. Eumór says Ed. Leavenwokth, late diefclerkiu the Postoffioe of this city, is to te the Dr's. clerk. The soldiers will be glad to ee his jolly phiz, bat, then, they had betterlookto the commissa: y departnient. Ed. don'Hustain such a "corporqsity" - (the De[mAdommercial A cvertiser is advised not to elimine the dictionary) - on air alone. - Mr. Cabpenter is ïuuuing _the Treasutj himsolf. L5T The Street C'oinniissioner, under the direction of the Street Commiltee of Ihe Council, is making some deeided improvemenis on Main Street. The old, snnkeu eronings, of Main Street soutli side of Washington, and of Hurón east side af Main, have been taken up aud nlaid witli Hvo of the best ciossings n the city. The deep glitters- or carriage anuub#rs - across Main on the Routb lines of ffnron and Washington liave been taken up, and covered plank sluices put in which wil] save many whcels and springs, Main streel is dow being graded between HulODand Ann Streets, an.l the elevation along the west side being thrown into the center. - A paved gutter is to be put down along the nest side. Other imprewements may be going oninotlier parts of the city which have not come under our notice.