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THE OLD RELIABLE FIRST QUAL
COMB FOUNDATION MACHINE,
300 Pounds Bees
in May or June, Italians and hybrids, 4 lbs. or more, $1.00 per lb.; less than 4 lbs., $1.25.
F. J. FARR, Independence, Jackson Co., Mo.
Vandervort Comb Foundation
took the premium over Flat-Bottom, Dunham and
CHOICE ITALIAN QUEENS
for 1882. Tested queens, May and June, $2.50; July
Osage Hedge Plants for Sale
at $2.50 per 1000. Honey-locust, $3.00. Sent by
Will Sell or Trade for Bees,
one American scroll-saw, a very nice piece of ma chinery, used only a few weeks; reason for selling, I want bees. Will sell very low. Address
WM. DEWORTH, Bordentown, N. J.
HEADQUARTERS IN THE SOUTH
Original manufacturer of roller machines.
Medina, Medina Co., O. BEE-KEEPERS' SUPPLIES,
Root's and Dunham's Foundation.
OR SALE.-40 full colonies of Italian bees in 10frame Simplicity bives, delivered on the cars at Ft. Smith, Ark., for $10.00 each.
FOR SALE CHEAP
I have for sale 50 Simplicity hives, nailed, painted 3 coats, 10 frames, 7 broad frames for sections, and 21 honey-boxes, every thing ready for the bees. I will sell them as follows: New hives, with half-sheet of comb fdn. in brood-frames, $1.75 each. Simplicity hives that have been used one season, without comb fdn., $1.50 each. American or winter bee
hives that have been used, all complete, $1.00 each.
Address M. E. LOEHR, Palestine,
Kosciusko Co., Ind.
The scarcity of wax has now advanced the price so that we are obliged to advance the price of foundation. We have just purchased a large lot of choice yellow wax, and until further notice will fill orders at the following prices: Thin fdn., 10 ft. per lb., made on light mill, 55c; thin fdn., 9 ft. per lb., made on high-walled mill, 55c; heavy fdn. for brood-chamber, 5 ft. per lb., with extra high wall, and cut to fit any size frame, 43c. Orders for 100 lbs. or more, 2c per lb. less than the above. We will pay 25c cash, or 27c trade for good yellow beeswax, delivered at our station. G. W. STANLEY & BRO., Wyoming, N. Y.
BOOKS for BEE-KEEPERS and OTHERS. Any of these books on which postage is not given, will be forwarded by mail, postpaid, on receipt of price.
In buying books, as every thing else, we are liable to disappointment, if we make a purchase without seeing the article. Admitting that the bookseller could read all the books he offers, as he has them for sale, it were hardly to be expected he would be the one to mention all the faults, as well as good things about a book. I very much desire that those who favor me with their patronage, shall not be disappointed, and therefore, I am going to try to prevent it by mentioning all the faults so far as I can, that the purchaser may know what he is getting. In the following list, books that I approve, I have marked with a*; those I especially approve,**; those that are not up to times, t; books that contain but little matter for the price, large type and much space between the lines, ; foreign, §.
10 Life of Garfield, from Canal Boy to Presi dent, Alger**
88 1 10 94 1 15 140 70 94 1 90 18 14
10 Moody's Best Thoughts and Discourses**. 4 Moody and Sankey's Gospel Hymns, words only, Parts I., II., and III. combined, paper 61 boards words and music, paper 66 boards 3 New Testament in pretty flexible covers.. 4 The Christian's Secret of a Happy Life **. 10 "The Life of Trust" by Geo. Muller**.
10 Walks and Words of Jesus**
100 1 50
1 50 18
90 150 23 50
15 1 50 20
23 1 50
scope** BIBLES, HYMN BOOKS, AND OTHER GOOD BOOKS. 8 Bible, good print, neatly bound
Leavitt's Facts About Peat...
1 40 150 140 2 10 150 45 100
23 Practical Butter Book, Willard.
BOOKS THAT I HAVE NEVER EXAMINED, BUT THAT ARE IN GOOD REPUTE.
American Angler, Norris...
This book contains, in very large type, all the words spoken by Jesus, as nearly in their proper order as we can get them.
Harris on The Pig..
How to Get a Farm and When to Find One.. Insects Injurious to Vegetation... Plain, $4 00. With Colored Plates, $6 50.
Pear Culture, Fields..
Peach Culture, Fulton's..
Pear Culture For Profit, Quinn.
Practical Poultry Keeper, Wright.
Mrs. Cornelius's Young Housekeeper's Friend.
Manual of Botany and Lessons, Gray.
$5.50 30 3 75 38 175 100 8 00
1 50 1 50
50 150 1 50 150
1 00 150 1 25 30 150 1 25
You can not look over the back No's of GLEANINGS or any other Periodical with satisfaction, unless 75 they are in some kind of a Binder. Who has not
said "Dear me, what a bother-I must have last month's Journal and it is no where to be found." Put each No. in the Emerson Binder as soon as it comes, and you can sit down happy, any time you wish to find anything you may have previously seen even though it were months ago.
Binders for GLEANINGS (will hold them for one year), gilt lettered, free by mail for 50, 60, and 75c, according to quality. Table of prices of Binders for any Periodical, mailed on application. Send in your orders. A. I. ROOT, Medina, Ohio.
150 150 8 00 38 1 25 1 00 125 1 50 1 00 1 50
1 50 150 38 75 1 00 175 1 00
Sections $4.50 100 Colonies
ALSO COMB FOUNDATION, AND ALL
ONE-PIECE OR DOVETAILED.
and all goods correspondingly low. We make
I shall do by all as I would wish to be done by,
CIRCULARS SENT ON RECEIPT OF ADDRESS
CASS CO., · MICH.
Before purchasing elsewhere. It contains illustra-
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
Italian, Cyprian, and Holy-Land Queens and Bees.
Save Money READ THIS:
PURE ITALIANS A SPECIALTY.
FIFTY YEARS AN APIARIAN.
Choice tested Queens, in June.
By the Pound
in April and until the 15th of May, $1.00 per pound.
We are the oldest breeders of Italian Bees, and
Our experience dates back to the first experiments
Tested Queens in April and May,
By the 2 doz., 5 per cent off above prices. By the dozen, 10 per cent off above prices. Also, Syrian and Cyprian Queens (bred in separate apiaries), at same price. Sent by mail, and safe arrival guaranteed. Address W. P. HENDERSON, 2-5d Murfreesboro, Ruth. Co., Tenn.
The Oldest Bee Paper in America--Established in 1861.
AMERICAN BEE JOURNAL,
Published WEEKLY, at $2.00 a year. The first and third numbers of each month, $1.00 a year. The first number of each month, 50 cents a year. THOMAS G. NEWMAN, Editor and Proprietor, 974 West Madison Street, Chicago, Ill.
Comb Foundation MachineS
$10.00 TO $60.00.
SAMPLES OF FOUNDATION WITH OUR ONE POUND SECTION BOX BY MAIL FOR FIVE CENTS.
For illustrations see our Illustrated Catalogue of Apiarian Implements and Supplies, mailed on application. A. I. ROOT, Medina, Ohio.
THE A B C OF BEE CULTURE,
Bound in paper, mailed for $1.00. At wholesale, same price as GLEANINGS, (but will be sent to any postoffice singly), with which it may be clubbed. One copy, $1.00; 2 copies, $1.90; three copies, $2.75; five copies, $4.00 ten copies, $7.50.
The same, neatly bound in cloth, with the covers neatly embellished in embossing and gold, one copy, $1.25; 2 copies, $2.40; three copies, $3.50; five copies, $5.25; ten copies, $10.00. If ordered by freight or express, the postage may be deducted, which will be 12c on the book in paper, and 15c each, on the book in cloth.