Hobart A. Twichell, oue of the eiarly pioneers of Hamburg, died at Pontiao, Peb. 19, at the age of 77 years. Mr. Twichell was a member of Ann Arbor Commandery, No. 13, K. T. , and was well kuown in this city. His daughter, Mrs. Heury DePue, resides here, and J e was anuncie of Mrs. D. Cramer, vetih whom Stoddard VV. Twitcbell, a brother of the deoeased, resides. There were two other daughters in the fatnily, Mrs. Osgood, of Adrián, and Mr. Twichell, of Hamburg. The Livingston Uemornt in its obituary notioe of Mr. Twitchell said: In the auturun of 1893 owing to iU health, Mr. Twiohell's mind became impaired and he was taken to Pontiao for treatment, hia health being so poor his mental oondition did not improve. Mr. Twitohell was in every sense of the word a grand and noble man, he was charitable to a fault, and his hand was ever extended to the needy. It is safe to say no man in Livingston connty ever cornmanded more respect and esteem from his fellow oitizens than Hobart A. Twitchell; he merited it all by his good deeds and kindness towards all men.