Job Lewis' horse
is as WELLNIKJltQ, Brier lllla ol Wrnrn.1 l?,l ?>*? ?nd j COMlp. , Weumoki, April 30. Editors Inl?Jllf*ncer, . Everybody busy that wants to be is the condition of business just now. There died on the farm of Mr. Job Lewis, of this county, recently, 11 family horse that bad reached the age of thirty. I Ave years. It was raised on the farm where itdied. Some years since a friend bought the horse aud took it to Ohio Afterwards it was sold to a Pittsburgh party, where it was worked in a puddling wjgon. Getting back into Ohio the faithful faithful servant was bought by ex-Sheriff John McElroy, and kept on his Buffalo creek place forsome time, and when be disposed disposed of that place he would not sell the mother In-law, Mr*. Job Lewis, who kindly cared for it h h m"lnd?r ?' dT?- Weare told by horse men that thirty-live years is .next?,I,nary old age for'a horse.