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THlE lEWjRT OOOKING STOVE,
rlhunderiged oars. this TOYVR to th_
 publi, the superior qualities of which havt
atfis'tetorily teasted for so many years. witt
the f.ll smsrance that its peculiar merits render
it the abst eomptete.and perfect eookingapparatn
ultw In ase.
Its advantsages are all the reqsiremenut
Er ,good ator, e~'.amnmertsd below:
r5a so3aýsnTt:.
" t is o ioostruuted that the parts liable to lx
buraedout esk'be replaced, and the Steve thui
irenQvyted> readere..asperfect s itsa operatiom
S tse~lrt  es d, at but a comparitively triflin
cost.
IT! ZCOXNOMt IN FUL.
The Stove is air-tight, and with other eontri
svances appertaining to it, a great degree of heal
is retained within the Stove; and thereby less
f"titlis reqislte for its various culinary purposes
THl" DA5At Danesa
Is a perfect regulator of the heat in the fre-box
and oven, so that leat may be increased or moder
sted, as the occasion may require.
"TI VaxtILATINI PROPRaTIIES,
By which different kinds of meat may be cook
ed in the oven simultaneously, without imparting
thlepeculiar flavor of one to the other; thud secu
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by an open re-place.
The Stove possesses may other advantages
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-AT
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'iLiberal advancements on eonsignments.*
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.ND
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