Harvard, nis., May 1 1. -Commodore Kittson, a passenger on an incoming train to tuis place, died between here and Hartland last night. He was in his usual good health wben he left tbe smoking-car to enter the dining-car, but dropped dead immediately after eutpnng the car. Mr. Kittson was about 75 yeai"s of age and an influential and wealthy citizen of St. Paul, where his remains were sent. Heart disease is supposed to have been the cause of his death. St. Paul, May 15.- The funeral of Commodore Kittson f rom the family residence, on Summit avenue, was as simple and unostentatious as was his life. The Episcopal service was read by Dr. W. C. Pope, rector of the Church of the Good Shepherd. The pall-bearers were Messrs. I. V. D. Heard, Alexander Ramsey, R. B. Galusha, W. R. Marshall, A. H. Wilder, J. J. Hill, George R. Finch, and Lewis Baker. The interment took place at Oakland.