Another pioneer lias fallen, John W. Vansickle, of Salem, died Scpt. 2Jth, 1881. He was born in Hunterdom, Mass., Sept. 15tli, 1787, bo was a soldier in the war of 1812, and has for many yearsdrawna peí - sion for his honorable servives. He camc to Michigan in 1831 and located lamls iu Salem, also in the town of Plymout, Wayna Co. June 5tii lie married Mary Bogert, and 3 children were born to them. Mis. Vansickle died Marcu, 1826, he was again married in 1828 to Susan Dickerson, four children were born to this union, she died July lOth, 1853. Mr. iansickle was :i member of the Presbyterian church for more tlian half a century. He lived to the advanced age of 94 years, npproaching very near to the whoie centary, intermingled with the labors of pioneer life, and is now numbercd with those who have passed to the other world, froin whence no traveler returns. He was always an honorable man in all his business relations and leaves many friends to inourn his loss.