Thia community was startled Sunday morniug by the announcement that A. ?. Hangsterfer was dead, and expresions of regret were heard on all sides. Trank, as he was knowu by us all was a ;emal, whole-souled man, a sucoessful nd enterprisiug business man, and cnown throughout the stato as a celerated oaterer. Ho will be sadly missed )y us all. He was around on Saturday ttending to business as usual, but was aken sick late in the day and died at 4 'clock Sunday morning, of Bright's isease. He was a knight templar, an dd fellow, a prominent member of the [nights of Maeoabees, of the Beethoven ociety and several other orders. The uneral services were held on Tuesday, t Iur late residonce, and was under the uspices of the Knights Templar. The msiness h!)uses of the city were closed uring the hours of the funeral, showing he esteem which was feit for the deceased. Frank leaves a widowed mother and several brothera and sisters.