Moses Rogers, one of the pioneers of Ann Arbor, and a man highly esteetned y those who kDew him, passed from his sceue of earth'y existence last unday afternoon. He was seventyïght years of age, and had been ill for ome months, his death being caused y general debility. He was born in Xew York in 1810, and when 21 years f age carne to Ann Arbor, wliicli was hen a small village. lie passed the emaining fifty-seven years oE his life ere, Ile flrst earned his bread in this illage in a wagon making shop . Af terward he set up in business for himself nd for upward of forty years he has een engaged in selling agricultural mplements. Heleft a wite and one aughter, Miss Kate J. Hogers, the portrait artist. He was a brotuer of laudolph Rogers, the celebrated sculpnr. The funeral services were held at hree o'clock Wednesday afternoon and were largely attended.