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J. H. GONGWER.
STOVE PIPE THIMBLE.
Patented Apr. 21, 1885.
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JEFFERSON H. GONGWER, OF COLUMBIA CITY, INDIANA.
STOVE-PlPE'THlMBLE.
SPECIFICATION forming part of Letters Patent No. 316,356, dated April 21,1885.
Application filed February 4, 1884. (No'modeL) To aZZ whom it may concern:
Be it known that I, JEFFERSON H. GONGWEl}, a citizen of the United States, residing at Golumbia City, county of Whitley, State of Indiana, have invented a new and useful Stove- Pipe Thimble, by which, first, a stove-pipe is prevented from being pushed into the chimney-flue hole farther than the inside wall or face of the flue; second, water is prevented from running in on the stove'pipe and down on the ceiling (or wall) as it does with the old style (when it rains or snows;) third, the stovepipe is prevented from working out easily, or from being pushedfrom one side to the other to any extent, thus keeping the pipe securely in it place, all as fully set forth and shown in Figures 1 and 2 of the accompanying drawings.
Fig. 1 is a perspective view showing the outside case, A, and the inner case, B.
Fig. 2 is a sectional View showing a part of the chimney F with stove-pipes G inserted between the cases A and B.
The outside case, A, has a small flange, E,
bent outward to prevent the thimble being forcedinto the chimney any farther than the inside face (or wall) of the flue. The inner case, B, projects about one-fourth of an inch, thus making it easy to enter the stove-pipe. The two cases A and B are kept apart about one-eighth of an inch, and are joined together at the back end, 0, thus forming a chamber or receptacle for the stove-pipe G. The end 0 is entirely closed up, which answers the double purpose ofpreventing the pipe from goinginto the flue-hole any farther than the inside face or wall of the fine, and preventing water from running in on the pipe and down the ceiling or wall, as above mentioned.
I claim as my invention A stove-pipe thimble consisting of the two cases A B, connected at their inner ends to form a chamber for the stove-pipe G, the case B being longer than the case A, all as set forth.
JEFFERSON H. GONGWER.
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JAMES L. FERGUSON, JAMES M. HARRISON.
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