Charles F.Whorf, ,
Warm Air Surnaces
Of All Sizes,
Either For Coal Oir, Wood.
The Coal Furnace is made expressly for Western Coal.
The Wood Furjvace Takes 4 ft. Wood-No Sawing Is Required.
The Grand Prize Medal Cooking Range of the Missouri State Pair of 1858, either for Coal or Wood. They are made
in the West and for the West—a home-made article, adapted to our coal. They vary in sizes from 4 ft to 34 ft.. are
equally adapted to all public institutions, as well as private dwellings. It has all the modern improvements, such as
water-heater, by which the water for washing, kitchen and bath is heated ; also, a steak boiler, steam and heat flue, is
attached, which conveys the heat and all the fumes from the kitchen in warm wtather, and steam and fumes from
the kitchen in cold weather. Warm air registers, of all descriptions; ventilators, of all sizes; French and English
saucepan ware, of the finest quality; Porcelain saucepans; castiion pie plates; pie forks, a new article, of great con-
venience in even family. Kitchen furnishing Goods, of every description, kept constantly on hand.
No, 45 North Fifth Street,
Between Oiire and Locust,