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W. DOYLE.
Cook Stove.
Paten'ted March 22. 1870.
N. PETERS, PHOTO-LITHOGRAPHER. wASruNGTuN. Dv 2y wILLLArvLnoYLny or ALBANY, New YORK.
Letters Patent No. 100,992, dated March 22, 1870.
.BASE-BURNING PARI-OR COOKING-STQVB.
The Schedule 'referred to in these Letters Patent and making part of thesame.
To all whom it may concern Be it known -that I, WILLIAM DOYLE, of Albany, in the county of Albany and State of N ew York, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Base-Burning Parlor Cook-Stoves; and I do hercby declare that the following is a full, clear, and exact description thereof, reference being had to the accompanying drawings forming apart of this specilication and to the letters of reference marked thereon, iu whichl Figure 1 is a front elevationof my invention.
Figure 2 is a vertical central section, taken at right angles to view in fig. 1.
Figure 3 is a Vertical central section, taken on the plane of the line :c in ig.v4, and running through two of the descending lues, H and K.
y Figure 4is a plan or top view of plate I of the stove, which forms the bottom of the oven P.
Figure 5 is s top View of plate L, which, with plate I,` forms the double bottom of the stove.
Figure 6 is a top view of the fire-pot Fand descending dues H H and K K.
Figure 7 is a view of plate M, showing two bolerholes and the feed-aperture for the fuel-reservoir G.
Figure 8 is a back and sectional view of the back plate 1J of the fuel-reservoir and the gas-tubes m m.
Figure 9 is a horizontal section of fuel-reservoir G.
Similar letters of reference indicate like parts in all the gures.
My invention consists in a new arrangement of dues in a base-burning parlor cook-stove, in combination with au oven in the base of the stove, beneath the ash-pit of the same, said oven having ues passing through it from the combustiolnchamber of the stove, and thence under it in a novel manner, as will hereinafter be set forth; also, in the novel and useful combinat'ion of a top plate, M, so constructed as to answer for culinary purposes,with a reservoir-stove, having an extension-due under the oven, and in the base of the stove.
To enable others skilled iu the art to make and use my invention, I will proceed to describe its construction and mode of operation.
I construct my improved base-burning parlor cookstove in three sections, or separate and distinct chambers, designated by letters Q, R, and S, as shown in gs..1, 2, and 3.
The base or bottom of the stove is constructed of two plates, I and L, which are secured firmly together, and between which are formed the four bottom flues, O, B, B, and A, by means of flue-strips b b and a a, in the manner shown in g. 5.
Plate I, which forms the bottom oven-plate, is perforated at its ends for the lues H H and K K, and at its back for tine N; and upon said plate I are placed flue-strips d d and c, formi-ng the fines H H, K K, and N, just mentioned.
Above the double base of the stove, I construct section Q, so as to form an oven, P, as shown in gs. 2 and 3, having front doors, as shown at D in iig. l. i.
Said oven P is heated by nine ilues, five of which are at its ends and back, and four are beneath it. Thus nearly all the heat passing from the combustionchamber U may be made to circulate around and beneath the oven by closing damper I in the cross-pipe Y.
ln the center of the bottom oven-plate I is constructed a large oval aperture, I2, having a cover fitted tightly to it, and held in place by means ot' buttons or other well-known fastenings used for flue-Stoppers.
By means of said central opening in the bottom oven-.plate I, the bottom ues A, B, B, and C may be cleared of soot at any time.
Flue N, at the back of the oven iu section Q, is carried outside the body of the stove by a curved projec.- tion, c, as shown in tig. 2; or it may be carried directly from the base of the stove, and not through the oven at all.
Above the oven P, I construct the ashpit section It.
Within this section I suspend the lire-pot F, with its grate W, as shown in figs. 2 and 3.
The four descending dues H l and K K pass through this section ot' the stove, and continue down through the oven P to the double base of the stove, as shown in fig. 3.
The descending fines H H and K K commence at a point level with the top of the tire-pot F, as shown in lig. 3; or they may be carried above the top ofthe iirc-pot.
Above the ash-pit section R, I construct the illuminated section S, as shown in figs. 1, 2, and 3.
Within this upper and illuminated section of the stove, I construct a reservoir, G, for fuel, of a novel and peculiar form. Said reservoir G is constructed of two plates, 1) and s, which are irmly bolted together when in place in the stove.
The form ofthe fuel-reservoir is shown in sectional view in fig. 9.
The back plate p of the reservoir G extends from the topplate M to the plate Z, which divides the illuminated from the ash-pit section 'of the stove.
The width of back plate p of the reservoir G is such as to reach nearly to the back flues H H.
A flue, V, shown in'figs. 2 and 6, is constructed by placing back plate yp of reservoir G at a distance ot' about one inch `from the back ot' the stove, as shown in the accompanying drawings.
cut off obliquely in front, where it projects over the lire-pot l?, for the purpose of allowing the fuel to pass The i'ont semicircular plate s of the reservoir G is Upon the top openings of ues H H-and K I place little grated covers, f f,` shown in gs. 3 and 6,
to prevent coals from falling down the lines.
It will be seen, by examining g. 5, that flue C in the base of the stove extends beyond the ends of luestrips a into ue A. The effect of this is to produce a steady and even draught. through all the down ilues of the stove, and, when the damper l in cross-pipeY is closed, the fire may be kept burning steadily with very little attention, and the oven P may be kept in baking order all day, if desired, and boiling may be done on the top of the stove at the same time.
The gas that may accumulate in the reservoir, I conduct down to the combustion-chamber U, near the top of ythe fire-pot, into descending lues H H, by means of two pipes m mi, branching from a central one, the bottom of which opens downward into the reservoir G, as shown in fig. 8.
`When desired, the top ofthe stove may be covered by an ornamental open-work cover, N3, as shown in fig. 1, so that the stove will then look like a parlorstove, presenting no indications of a cook-stove, and yet will be ready at any time to be used as such.
The top plate M may have only one boiler-hole in it, it' desired, as will perhaps be ladvisable should the stove be made-routid instead of elliptical,.as herein shown.
It will be seen, from the above, that as there is but one damper, l, in the stove, it can be easily managed,
It may be used as a reservoir-stove, or it may be fed LO f l below the ash-pit, the arrangement and combination,
with fuel through the door Xl in the illuminated section.
The mode of its operation will be as follows:
0n starting the fire, which will be done through the door X2, the damper l in the cross-pipe Y will be opened. When the smoke has passed off, and the fire well ignited, lill the reservoir G with fuel. Then close the damper l, and regulate the draught of the re by means of registers in the ash-pit doors, inthe wellknown and usual manner..
What I claim as new, and ters Patent, is-
1; The mode of constructing ue V between the desire to secure by Letback plate p of reservoir G and the back plate or outer easing of a stove, and having its top and bottom closed and its sidesopen, substantially as herein shown and described.
2. In a reservoir-stove constructed with an oven, P,
with said oven I?, of ues H H K K and extensionue G, substantially a's` herein shown and described.
3. In a base-burning stove constructed in three sections, Q, It, and S, the combination and arrangement of its top plate M, constructed with a feed-aperture, Y2, for reservoir G, and one or moreboiler-holes, O,
substantially as herein shown, and for the purpose setforth.
WM. DOYLE.
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J AMES WRIGHT, EDWARD H. DoYLE.
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