The DSS&A are reducing expenses and the work that has been forermly done by agent Fell, operator Hudon and baggageman Brown will soon be done by J. A. Key, although the position was tendered Mr. Fell, if he would accept. We think the railroad is making a mistake in so far reducing the force, as no one man can do justice to either the company or the public. Mr. Fell is undecided as to what he will do in the future, but Newberry won't lose him for a while at least.