A Little History. Several years ago, Dr. Lepper traveled around the country selling Oil of GlBd-ness, GlBd-ness, and met with remarkable success. This medicine was so popular, and of such high merit, that it was largoly counterfeited, and the doctor- was compelled to change the name. It is now known as Electric Life, and is deservedly de-servedly popular, being among the best remedies extant for the cure of rheumatism, rheuma-tism, neuralgia, sprain etc. Besides Electyic Life, the doctor is selling Mountain Tea, an excellent preparation for the bloed. The doctor now has Prof. Beard associated with him and both are men of good sound common sense. They came to this city from the northern portion por-tion of the county, and the people, of that locality speak very highly of them. The gentlemen sell thnir medicine on a guarantee that if it does no good they will refund the money, and they always establish an agency in every town they Visit. Both medicines sold by these gentlemen gentle-men are very good. We know Electric Life to be good from experience, having tried It on a sprained wrist .savaral vryi ago. and it insfantlv re-iievBri re-iievBri Fftrpnni -im w,i do not know so much, but it stands to reason that if a man sells one ood article he will another, and no man with the reputation of Dr. Lepper could afford to sell a poor article.