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THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, JULY 17, 188.
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fRglAg7r t; - -tj f "-icssga-skijfsg"-
amb 0f ike Sew EM FirmUtiBF CohitmUi to fee
BtitcitccUd by the Senate and Uoitse ef Enescn
teUra of the United &alcs of America in Omgrcsa
4tantAuL That the act entitled "an
at mourn: to claim agent and nHorneys In pen
wacnseb." niMirovcd June 20, l'vTS, is hereby re
ceded i Prouded, however. That theriRliW of tho
jmitjcs fchnll nut be Abridged or nlForted as tooon
ads in pending cues. as provided for in ud net;
InU wteh jlractefcliall be deemed to be and rc
msin in full force and virtue, and shall be recog
Mzed as contem plated by taid act.
Sec 2. That tedious 47CS, " and 478G of the
JfcrviMKl ftutulca ai hereby made applicable also
o all eases hereafter Hied villi the Ctwimisaioncr
f i'ensione, and to all cases so filed wncc June
30. lb,Atid wlndi Ixave not been heretofore al
lowed, except as liereinafier provided.
Flic o. That -etioa 4763 oi the Revised Statutes
fe hereby re-enacted and amended to as to read as
fell o wis:
" S&c 47S5 No agent or attorney or other person
slirtll demand or receive any other coinpenation
for Lib surviei in prcrseeutms: a claim for pension
r Irounty lund (linn tueh at the IJomnnssioncr of
Pcas:oiw shall direct to ue pam to win, noi exceea
kr;2j, nor rfipll Mich agent, attorney, or other
jterMM demand or receive such eomiHinsation, in
whole or hi part, until &ucli pension or bounty-land
chum t-hll be allowed Provided, That in all claims
aU 'v i-d sniee June 2a, 1R7S, where itbhall apcarto
tin- M-fhjtfon of the Commitoioner of Pensions
tiuu tin f- of Sl or any part thereof, has not been
wjiiI. lit hliallcauilictsameto be deducted from
wio fictiiion. and the tension agent to pay the eamo
k th rocoKiuscJ ijttorney "
Sec 4. Thai teet.on 47ab of the Eeviped Statutes
k hcrebj nniended h as to read ad follows :
"Skl 47b0. Theagulorattonje.vofi-ceordinthe
jtnKsPftition of the cax; may cause to be filed with
the Conn--T-iir of Pen-duns duplicate articles of
finen nt witliout additional co-a to tlic claimant,
seUing forth the fee agreed uj.on by the parlies,
which agreement Jiall be executed in the presence
of rait! : unt'd by nome ollieer con.petcnl to ad
sainislei oatlis. In all case& vhere apiiheation is
mai e foi pen-ion or bounty land, and no agreement
fe tittni vnlh the Coraiuuaioiitr as hfrcin pro
Tided, the fee tehall be 10 and no more. And
Kith nrtieles of agreement rj may hereafter bo
filed Mitli the Comim-oaoner of Pcn8uusare not
authorized, nor will they be recognised except
la clasins for original pensions, claims for in
crease of pension on account of a new disability,
ki cla-nis for rotonition where a pensioner's name
has been or may hereafter be dropped from tho
pension-rolls on testimony taken by aspeclal ex
Rttdiicr. showing tluit tlic disability or cause of
sath, on account of which the penhion was al
lowed, did not originate in the line of duty, and in
4ep ofdepcnueKl relative, vhoi-c names liave been
W may hereafter le dropped from tlic rolls on like
testimony, upon tiiosTouud of non-dependeiiee. and
tnsi'-iliotheiai'5C.s of difficulty and trouble as the
CotniniKjiimcr of Pensions may bee fit to recognize
them Provided. That no greater fee than $10 .-liall
be demanded, reeeived, or allowed in any claim
for pension or loiiuty land granted by sieal act
of Congress, nor in any daim for increase of xen
sicn on i-ecount tit the increase of the disab.lity for
whieh tlie pension had been allowed : jld jirowdcd
furtfter. That no fe fciuill lie demanded, received, or
allowed in any ehura for arrears of pension or ar
resr of increase of pension allowed by any act cf
Congress passed wiU-cquent to the date of the al
lowance of the original daims in which Mich ar
rears of pension or of increase of pension may be
The articles of agreement herein provided for
shall be in fcubstance as follows, to wit:
" AUTJCLES OF AGKKHilEST.
"WlierasL late a . ia Com-
lMu.y . of the -
-Regiment of -
war of 1 SCI for. if the service be different, here state
the muiic,! liavmg made application for pension
wider the laws of the Caitcsd States:
yw, this agreement witncseih, that for and In
consideration of services done and to be done in tlie
premises. I hereby aree to allow my attorney,
,of , tlie fse of dollars, which
shall include all amounts to be paid for any service
hi furtherance of kaid eittim ; and said fee iJiall not
be diiiiauded by or payable to my said attorney or
attorneys,,! in whole or in pan, es.cept in ca?e of the
rrantuig of uiy pensiou by tlie Conimicaouerof
.Pcnstuiife and then the shiik- slitli be paid to him
or thciuj in a-onrdauee with tlie provisions of seo
lions 175b and ;& of the Revised Statctes.'
(Two itneaset fdgnaturcs.)
Ue it known tliat on this, the day of , A.
D, IBS , personally appeared the above-named
f who. after having road over to ,
in the hearing and presence of the two attesting
witnesses, the contents of the foregoing articles of
agreement, voluntarily signed and acknowledged
the ham c lobe- free act and deed.
And now, to -wit, this day of , A, D. 1S3 ,
X, for we asejt the proviaions coulained in tlie
foregoing articles of Rerecincnt, and will, to the
liest of my or ur ability, endeavor faithfully to
represent the interest of the claimant in the prenii-
V."itoess my or our hand, the day and year first
(Signature of attorney.)
SCATE OF ,
Obunty of, h:
Peri-anally came , whoia I know to lie
the jwrtoB he represents himself to be, and who,
kaing feigned above aceeptanoc of agreement, ac
knowledged the came to be free act and ded.
And if in the adjudication of any claim for pen
rfoa in whieli sneh articles of agreement have been
r may horisafter be filed it hall apjiear that the
cuumam had, prior to the execution thereof, paid
to U attorney any un for his services in such
claim, and tho amount so paid is not stipulated
therein, then every such claim shall be adjudicated
in Hie same manner as though no articles of agree
ment had been filed, deducting from the fee of $10
allowed by law suck earn as cUiiuant shall jdiow
that he htt imid to li said aRorney.
Any eent or attorney or other person Instrn
racnlai in prosecuimg any chum for pension or
hounty land who shall directly or indirectly con
tract lor, demand, or receive or retain any greater
coiniK-nt.jUoii for his scrvites or incirumentolity in
wroopeuting at-laim for Tenraon or bounty land than
m herein p ovided, or for jiaymcnt thereof at any
lher t.me or in any other manner than is herein
provided, or vho sliall wrongfully withhold from a
peurfouer or claimant the whole or any part of the
pea jouorcla.ia allowed and due such pensioner
cr caimant. or the land warrant issued lo any tuch
ckunuinl. shall I deemed guil y ofa niitderaeanor,
and tiKin tonviciion thereof shall for every such
offense be iii.id not exceeding sSOO. or imprisoned
athj-d labor not eice&dmg two years, or both, in
the dibCTKt ion of tlie court.
Set 5 That the Secretary of the Interior may
prescribe rules and regulations governing therecog
nllkin of agents, attoraeyb, or other jerons repre
cnti.j;;tiiinsntfe before his deiarlment, and may
require f sieh perisous, agems, and attorneys, be
fore Ik-uir rccognueod as representatives of claim
ants, that theyahail show tlua tliey are of good
moral character and hi good rejiule, iio-ssessed of
ilie ncossfeary xiiiulifieations to enable them to ren
der ftncklainiuuu valuable mce, and otherwise
competent to advivi mid assist such claimants In
the pfjsentation of their claims ; and tueh Secre
tary nraj , after oobce and opjKirtunity for a hear
ing, stipend or exclude from further practice bc
ibre his department any such person, agent, or sA
torney uhown to be incomiietent, disreputable, or
who refuses lo eoinjly with the said rules and reg
ulations; or who snail, -with intent to ilefraud in
any maiinur, iertvc, mislead, or threaten any
claimant, or prospective claimant, by word, circu
lar, letter, or bj aaverticmcnt,
hix. C. The Commissioner shall have power, sub
ject to review b) lhcfceoreiary, to reject or refuse
t recognize any contract for fees, herein provided
for, whenever it shall be raadii to appear that any
widue advantage lias been taken of tlie claimant
im. respect to socb contract.
Approved July 4, 1B&C
WHAT'S THE TIME?
"Wke People Who Ctrry ike Wtterbnry and Alwsrg
I have given th? "Wcterbuiy watck you sent a
trial for 10 days, and it has btood the test well. J.
JL. Tretwure, Los Angeies, Cal.
I reeesed ihe Walerburv watch which you neat
-c, Imvc tested it, and find it to be a correct time
keeper and a neat watch in every respect. John
Ferguson, Jbena, Mo.
1 am more than satisfied ivith the watch I re
ceived from you. and the lady who carries It eayg
it h a daisy in evojy repject. William Fianigan,
The Y aterliurj' watch received from you on
February li more than meets ray eructations as
to appearance, and proves to be a thoroughly ac
curate timekeeper. A- 8. fcheldon, Baldwinsnlle,
Tlie wateh which I had from you a month ago I
net by our old rcSirJjle clock, and it has not varied
from ila ininuie in thai time. 1 advise every old
soldier t take Tub Tkiucke and the Waterbury.
C W. felmim. Rural Hill. 111.
I must admit that 1 am surprised to find the
"Walerbury tsuish a perfect timekeeper. I set it by
ay clock which 1 know keeps correct time and
it has cot varied from it a second. Accept my
thanks. D. C. Simon. Cedar Itapjds, Iowa,
J et tlie watch received from vou with the city
regulator, and find it a terfcct timekeeper. I am
-well pleased with Hanc much obliged to you. J.
A. Staring, JcOcrson, Iowa,
I pronounce the premium "Waterbury watch a
yerfeet timekeeper and a handsome watch, after
saving toted it by a reliable eight-day clock.
Man thanks for thisyaluable gifu Capt. H. W.
Prouty, Kewton, Kan.
An infaJlibls remedy for all
FEMALE COKPLAITS, price
SL60 per bottle. CUKES VEAKr
MESSj NERVOUSNESS and
CEMERAL DEBILITY. This re
WMirkable preparation is the only
rtfiabie remedy for the distressing
tKseases of women Sc-'d by Drug-
ir&efsabsrg Co. Ill OhaaAsrs St, 27. T,
(uUm The 2Iail osal Tribune
mt ntaars:s3ii eimmin &.
a Is n g Wi Mic w&hr.
try The Frank Sidd
AND NOW IF NOT SET IN YOUR OLD WAYS
be sure to try The Frank SiddaISs Soap for Toilet Bath Shaving
try it for Washing Qishes for House-cieanins for Scrubbing
and be sure to try The Frank Siddafls Way of Washing Clothes.
Husbands ask your Wives,
ives coax your Husbands,
Sisters persuade your Brothers.
Brothers tell your Sisters,
to try the Frank Siddalls Soap
and Remember there is nothin
Every subscriber to this paper is specially interested in reading the whole of this page,
each line isimportant to every 8ian Wosman arad Child or it would not be published
but would be omitted, and so reduce the cost of the Advertisement
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Althongh.lt leemi strange to nso for Toilet, Shaving, &c. tho same Wnil of Soap
that Is recommended for kitchen nse, still sensible people know that tho world
moves, and will bo glad to try The Frank Siddalls Soap.
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Sid postal for an mteuufi--
i;neverv person. jauw
-.. - 4-Vio-o- rmsn their
,, T,nn beincrs to copy arxor comes along
Olams are not a pro permoa. - tigJlt wn V-
ta their accustoxnedooei WTEY ARSONS of
,A Mddontpropose to allow ttdng ;r-dtUeSCgranlmother clam.
H-UUno iataaWntoturBr-u ousokeePer to copy
- rwcktvx is not a gooa "o - ;e not a eooa wins
A c.m l. not a S "SSfSS "
BhellS tO ZB.&.V -ty r
Crocor to copy after :
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e United States empnatioaUV
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beginning i w""w""
ODD USES-QUA5?4 a
such as Ringworm, aai.
the face never has any
3f those troubled
nas au AKiv-w" , . v. fr never u " - . j r.
leaves any odor on tne ski, u- washing the nanosranu. .w d
woduce; It should always be used to iisfae6 gashed W" c.
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lb rid JJvtfv&AJitlrrtdfA
IViAAruyrtj UJiujy fJVW w -
Will cure Ingrowing Toe-nails.
' "" .n-prankSiddallsSoap.
-raswmapprcciatc TJw ' JJ cntrely to the
scom-peablo smell It is uuv a
pWcisolaim .bat 8H.. 2Sa-
iiiiiiii--"- - - f ec are caiiscu lj -r
yvasn ,- r-s improvement; a oog - - ; caroets. also
-er. r;,;asc Spots sasss srsss- -
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Try Itfor washing yo. BjejB shootag; Pof n
Re it xor iii"'& & . jntion.
nto rt everv i-i - .,
for clcaxunBBaxu -- Mn?d noi io injurs wJ- rtTQ .tctit-
Cli sfflSsaSSf; 5ss3f
andtsitaocs aicuu -" , - -p-rank Siddalls isoap is usw, ,..- - -
b 4 PF
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N-r I O O
" 1.: . Vim. liead II is wsuw . : .?-i". jo nwav
- When uses lor w- - , . ,- - tWs OT
removes danaruu, u - Neck-wearwiU Keep v. -- - c t collars,
rrkllars. riat jii"s- . . Ammoma " """3f
w . j.nmerorioKS'
Uensine or Ammc
4VSiddallS Soap is Sdl.t!2i2E
??fS fireaso Spots, etc., audisia gg
, t.j.irnrn.drivins teams, anooiuw- itcD. fno ei?e
Si tfKSi or any other Had l. x -"" r, it iefm
It also "'"" T . .
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5T TL f KJ
and for removing
J? I vsyrjvt s, i.W3XL JIM "'
r-MJBHa HO BB B E - J - r TTjqrs.fl
oittT aoznrzr ojv soa y - - d hcr LBdy
Boarders, to the FaSrA siddalls Soap offers great ad I?E"- k ing is proverbial)
Lady of Refincrner. X, . SHcw England .(where teg JVcle than to
Among we w 1 , . better eviucuw. - -
it has gained immense favor and there isno HQmes Ney E a
02VXT THINK! 02TE 'JM
. t.:-r.wfc. the Photographer, .p Wntrf. the Stable,
Turkish Bath, the a
ill reap great benefit fron
FOR SHAVING- 'W-Mthatits superiority
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. . ii, tVi-Phctoerapncr, uit y . . f.
The Merchant ana n--, Turkish B h e Barhcr -
the Printer, uic --f - . all reaP great benenc nom u.
cr- p &
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.,. ,. cidir. or Boiling! o bmc u " Jf n0Tcr rora
X ohes Clean and jM reSnSitl.acest
'o t ifi ti:Li:iio inf nnr. in iiiiuav -
HO iX Soap Fositlvcly G"---"--:.-
the Army ana uic i
3rr-,. fmm tMar OI SUiy
TTtTPOIW. AA -.. cr to remember, wceTv" larzo vsasli.
It washes frecSinrdS-o"alytalles
lo ITranH: &ddaUa "U & ox
The Soap J
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"TUC MATinHAI -roinciMir F
asthorizea tho statement that a thorough, test of
Tho Frank Siddalls Soap
for Toilct,Iaundrr,and General Household TJccs
in the houses of gentlemen connected with its staff
proves it to he everytlilns claimed.
a Lady can net the Soan to Trv
At Places where it is Not Sold at the Stores:
Send the retail price 10 cents in money cr postage stamps.
Bay the taw tht advertisement in tlie National Tribune.
Only send for one cake and make these 2 -nromises: v
Promise Ko. 1 That the Soap shall be used the JtrstX
wasi-aay ajter receiving zf, and that every
lit of the family -wash shall be done with it.
JPromuse AO. 2 ThzttheJerson sending will personally sce
mat uie pnntea directions lor using the
soap snail oe exactly iollowed.
By return ma!! a regular iO-cent cake of Soap
will be sent, postage prepaid;
it trill be packed in a neat iron box to make it carry safely,
and 15 cents in Postage Stamps will be put on:
. All this Is done for IO cents
because it is believed to be a cheaper way to introduce it
than to send salesmen to sell it to the stores
.... ". ... ftipi Is scarce
Wnere WdW. . . - k .
...t. t ft.M is necessary anu w "---:
muroiBww"!-"- z rxrrr,,i Kewi .. ..
' " r.i -Ejii.irrts as " V" i ii -r.ifriitenea.J
JOBaSSS Ootorod -iniff" ??4 t'VS'VAho.S eo .IB "SS'tlmet
' Trl or KffJfflirS"3rd .'r.'M,rr', leaves the
of Fish, Onions, etc., - - - , , f u nave given incui auX" 7 Pure Beef Suet,
blame vour servants; t ttUir fault, i) s made of . Pure e
m. r i nirT- tiau j. - . r
1 Knnandafouldislx-rag-or-iiej-x- .m,ma
" HOUSbi-6H.wv. Housekeeper,
''.ffiommo. . ins.!lIntMe,tat,ar,MaUep.e..e.e.
"" "r".i.tn Garble Door icp, "iV-1 fhntcan be imagine- . ,.,..
" " "T ' '""'.: S,C Ten Patio..-. OSfflSRlSHSSSSa
hK..srt j wi,nfor
horse's mane anu , --,;
No Stame is cum-
n ,-r i,r,r's choice
So here is tn.e nousr .
. ? , 7 ,1 . disli.raKtoho proudof
M uuLirr--r J, i m:wov,w-- , fi,,,A n? a
I? t ;Q vtlv superior to Cas.iie ooap -w&DnwaSto.
fil :. Snres. Galls, Scratcnes, c.., , - - - Soap, thoi
I without it. For Harness it w w for washing Cars an o d
S liatber and rendering soft : and P- Mismthouiariva SJSSvatal
S aeamngthernnning-gearanu- dthe Windows and Lamp-wiu u-
i Vamish willlast muchlonger, v drVxintlnslttraf
I V r.nlcSiddalIsSoapielenUorwan better tbanen
XP93srC(I Jl& tir-jff a irAUS " . i :i- ;-.T-.nrtnn cc
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blned CloU,e8, &Wit caube relied on
iaim.fc, -";:;--- c?r
. . .,. -kt..- -,r.d the r'atiern 1 tt-- .. , rtTi-.
To the Physician, the Druggist, i ""-;rit is pidly supersediaS,AmPOIi-cli
AS AH ANTISEPTIC iWd8andBnxns;fcr
Chafed Places on Infan g J on the Face, and for other soap
Salt Rheum, I tchmg K es, Erup oto cc
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SS,?ifS7r SoiSn7a.iBoi- , R nv CLOTHES
"I-FOR WASHING fABIEB A &" 'rcs of any Uinawhen
r " rt -B. " r,X ' vas and Bcbool Blates, leavms v'fl .onsWorcd
It in the
- . -rsS'srirKS. .'-
does not even liayo
rL""?XZtorelV washing with The
Jfrunlt Siddalls Soap.
rclter. I , .-on-ljaom ."bf ottuo tx .O, . .t ;"". rto
jsbins Graduate alcasuxC3
If your letter gets no attcntiou, It will be
because you bavo KOT made the uromlsci?.
or because you bavo sent for moro than one calcc.
Make thepromttet very plain, or the Soav will NOT be tent.
A CaLe riJl bo sent Fre of diarse to the Wifo of a Grocer,
the WifflorftMluUtororlfco Wife ora I'lsj&lclaa
Jf tlie above TiVO proaibci nro made,
but will HQTle sent if the promises are KOTmade.
ttou, afc puMwW
ti..8. . - ,-h.jPLnluiwiiQiV
Send for Pamphlet
cptni tfwmxjo , OMrO dtfiuds to
TZ-ZrZrZZTJfranh Siddalls Soap
. -. tntTf. TAB LI il --- . jy Wsiiftrr.
pant (isiz yuwi "?"- t" it f(yf gjiaving an
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ItW 'HI XZVHAf-.tyt2
How to toll a Person of Refinement
A Person of Refinement wfll be glad to adopt a New, I
Easy, Clean Way of Washing Clothes, in place of the old, hard jf
How to tell a Parson of Into.fteenca
A Person of Intelligence will have no difficulty in under- j
i-ujuuig ana louowing uie very easy and sensible directions.
Kow to tH a Person of Honor
A Person of Honor will scorn to do so mean a tiling as to
buy the Soap and not follow the directions so strongly urged.
How to toU Sensible Persons
I Sensible Persons will not get mad when new and improved
m " i- wiuuyui w mar nouce, dui win lecltnamuul Uiat their
I attention Has been directed to better methods.
And now dont set the old wash-boiler mended,
but next wash-day give one honest trial to
The Frank SIddall3 Way of Washing Clothes.
Only One Oako must bo sent for.
but after trying it, dealers will buy It
trom their wholesale houeel
to nccJinmolate vou.
oryoncan order direct from tlieTactory.1
Ton must HOT send for mora than ono cakes
Jf a friend xsanlt to trait, the nutt aesd in a tepcrate Uttrt
And flow for the Clean, ffeai Easv. Genteel, Ladylike FRAK SIDDALLS WAY OF WASHING CLOTHES
RThere is nothing intricate about these directions : anv child 10 or 12 yoars of ago who has common sense-will havo no trouble in following them :
Porons who allow articles
said to be an cood as
Tho Frank BiddaliK Soap
to be forced on them
raustoxpct to no deceived
SEE THAT TOD GET MAT YOD ASK FOE
ss53 BaiaaBiiLgaBsssaisgatir-; WK.ry.wtwr
It is guarartteed that
The Frank Siddalls Soap
is now sold by Wholesale
Grocprs in every city in
the United States
A Wash-boiler MUST NOT be used, NOT EVEN
g TO HEAT THE WASH-WATER, and as the wash-water
g must only be lukewarm, a small kettle holds enough for
a large wabn. ,
A Wash-boiler will have a deposit formed on it from
the atmosphere, in spite of the most careful housekeeper.,
which injures the delicate ingredients that are in this Soap
Bo re to heat tho water In tho Tea-Kettle
the first time, no mailer ftotr odd it seemt.
Watn the Wiite Flannels with the other "White Pieces.
Be sure to always make the last water soapy;
the clothes will NOT smell of the Soap, but will be as
sweet as if never worn, and stains thathavebeen overlooked
in washing will bleach out while drying, and the clothes
will iron easier.
sllways dissolve a small piece of Soap in I7ie starch;
it tnafcc the ironing easier and the clothes handtomer
The Frank Siddalls Soap washes freely in hard water
witliout Soda, Lye, or any washing compound.
dont use licrai, Ammoaia, or any otter soap oa anj of tie vasi.
FIRST Dip one of the garments in a tub of lukewarm water; draw it out on a wash-board, and rub the Soap LIGHTLY
over it so as not to waste it, being particular not to miss soaping any of the soiled places. "
Then ROLL IT IN A TIGHT ROLL, just as a piece is rolled when itjs sprinkled for ironinjr, lay it in the bottom o te
tub under the water, and go on the same way until all the pieces have the Soap rubbed on them and are rolled up.
Then go away for 20 minutes to ono hour by tho clock and lot Tho I"ranlc Siddalls Soap do I!y worlr.
NEXT After soaking the FULL time, commence rubbing the clothes LIGHTLY on a wash-board and the dirt wnjA
drop out; turn the garments inside out to get at tlie seams, but dont use any more Soap; DONT SCALD OR BOIL A SINGLE?
PIECE, OR THEY WILL TURN YELLOW; and DONT wash through two snds. If the wash-water gets too dirty, dip somej
out and add a little clean water; if it gets too cold for the hands, add some hot water out of the tea-kettle.
If a Streak is hard to wasli, rnb some moro Soap on It and throw the pleco bacJc Into tho snd for a few minnteg.
KEXT COMES THE RINSING which is to be done in lukewarm water, and is for the purpose of GErrrNG Tim
dirty suds out, and is to be done as follows; Wash each piece LIGHTLY on a wash-board through the rinse-water hcithoui
using any more Soap,) AND SEE THAT ALL THE DIRTY SUDS ARE GOT OUT. Any smart housekeeper, wiix
KNOW JUST HOW TO DO THIS,
NEXT, the Blue-water, which can be either lukewarm or cold: Use little or no Blueing, for this Soap takes the?
place of Blueing. STIR A PIECE OF THE SOAP in the Blue-water UNTIL THE WATER GETS DECIDEDLY
SOAPY. Put the clothes THROUGH THIS SOAPY BLUE-WATER, wring them, and hang up to dry WITHOUT AN!$
MORE RINSING and WITHOUT SCALDING or BOILING A SINGLE PIECE.
Afterwards soap tho Colored Pieces and Colored Flannels, letthcra. utand 20 rnlnntes to 1 hour,
and wash the same wov as tho white pieces, ueinjc hure to malco tho lastrinse-water-soapy.
THE MOST DELICATE COLORS WlfJC NOT FADE WEEN WASHED THIS WAX, EUX WELLES IHE BJHaHTSU ,u
Olses of The Frank Sitidafis Soap, 1019 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, Pa,