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MOLDED COMB FDN.
has advantages over all other. My new machines
1882. QUEENS! 1882.
I am now booking orders for war-
SUPPLIES FOR THE APIARY.
Purchase your Hives, Crates, and Sections, from where pine lumber can be bought cheap. Special attention given to large orders.
HIRAM ROOP, Carson City, Mich.
QUEENS FROM THE SOUTH.
I fully demonstrated, last season, that queens could be shipped safely from the South as early as March. Dollar queens this month, $1.00 postpaid. Bees by the pound, $1.25. Orders promptly filled, or money refunded. 4tfd
CHAS. S. LARKIN, Lockport, La.
QUEENS and BEES.
I use the very best of Imported and Home-bred queens to breed from; and all queens warranted to with pure drones. If want
C. OLM'S COMB FOUNDATION MACHINE. bees that are sure to winter, try our Italian queens.
SEND FOR SAMPLE AND CIRCULAR.
No black bees in the vicinity. Dollar queens, before
June 20, $2.00; bees by the pound, in May and June,
$1.25 per lb.; after $1.00 per lb.
The purest and brightest yellow foundation made.
Full colonies, 2, 3, and 4 frame nuclei. Tested Queens, in May, $3.00; in June, $2.50; July, August, and September, $2.00. Untested queens, in June and July, $1.00; Aug., 90c; Sept., 75c. All queens will be reared from imported and home-bred queens. Please send for list to GEO. W. BAKER, Lewisville, Henry Co., Ind.
British Bee Journal.
The British Bee Journal is now mailed to our address in packages, each month. In order to dispose of them, we offer them at present at $1.00 per year, postage paid, beginning Jan., 1882. Will guarantee safe arrival of every number.
A. I. ROOT, Medina, Ohio.
Italian Bees, with queen, in Root's Simplicity hive,
If you wish to buy bees, send for Price List. 5-6d C. W. & A. H. K. BLOOD, QUINCY, MASSACHUSETTS.
BEES AND QUEENS FROM MY APIARIES.
QUEENS AND NUCLEI IN SEASON.
J. H. ROBERTSON, PEWAMO, IONIA CO., MICH.
MALL FARM AND APIARY FOR SALE CHEAP. Property worth about $1500. For particulars, address J. B. COLTON, Waverly, Bremer Co., Iowa.
TALIAN BEES AND QUEENS BY SENDING YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS on
postal I will send you my 16-page circular of Italian, Cyprian, and Holy-Land Bees, Queens, H. H. BROWN, and Apiarian Supplies, etc. 4tfd Light Street, Col. Co., Pa.
Italian and Holy-Land
ONLY ONE MATCH PER DAY
ORIGINAL PATENT DIRECT-DRAFT SMOKER. ONLY BINGHAM SMOKERS BURN STOVEWOOD. The Original You can depend on Bing ham Smokers and Bingham BINGHAM & Hetherington Uncapping Knives. Twenty thousand Bee Smoker in use; not one ever returned, or letter of complaint received. Our smokers are better this season than ever before. Large smokers need wide shields to prevent heating the hands and burning the fingers. The three higherpriced have them. The tall, slow, tapering top makes a large smoke reservoir, and enables Bingham smokers to be filled without trouble from heat. Sent postpaid per mail, on receipt of price. Bingham & Hetherington Uncapping Knife and cap-catcher........ $1.40
Send Card for circular and 2-dozen rates.
The steady and increasing demand for the Large Smoker, and the frequent request for a larger one, have induced me to offer to bee-keepers one having a three by seven stove, with a chimney seven inches high and a bellows in proportion.
Large Smokers need wide shields to prevent heating the hands and burning the fingers. Only Bingham's have the wide shields, non-rusting springs, spark-proof bellows. All our latest improvements will be in this new size. It will be strictly number one in all respects. Sent by mail, postpaid, on receipt
of $2.00. Address
BAYOU GOULA, LA., MAY 2, 1882. Mess. Bingham & Hetherington, Abronia, Mich:DEAR SIR,-The Conqueror conquers every thing in the apiary. It is almost a fight between my three assistants as to who will get it first in the morning. A single puff from it will fill a double-story with smoke. I will use no other after this.
Yours truly, P. L. VIALLON. HEADQUARTERS IN THE SOUTH FOR THE SALE AND MANUFACTURE OF
Root's and Dunham's Foundation. Italian queens a specialty; no Cyprians or other races of bees in my apiary, or in the neighborhood. All my queens are bred from imported mothers of my own importations.
Untested queens, in May, $1.10; after, $1.00. Tested queens, in May, $2.50; after, $2.00. Early 4-frame nuclei (L. frames), with tested queen, $5.00.
These are more advantageous than bees by the pound, as all my 4-frame nuclei contain at least 3 Ibs. of bees when received. Safe arrival and satisfaction guaranteed on all my queens, nuclei, and colonies. For further particulars, send for illustrated circular. P. L. VIALLON, 5tfd Bayou Goula, Iberville Par., La.
SEE! SEE! SEE!
The Bee-Keeper's Exchange.
A live, progressive monthly, edited by practica bee-keepers, and richly worth the subscription price, which is $1.00 per annum, postpaid, or three months on trial for 25 cents. Sample copy free, including our price list of Apiarian Supplies. You will consult your best interests by securing a copy before you order. Address 4tfd
HOUCK & PEET, Canajoharie, N. Y.
IF YOU WANT ITALIAN QUEENS CHEAP, 5-7d
Send for Circular. Address T. S. HALL,
Kirby's Creek, Jackson Co., Ala.
CHOICE ITALIAN QUEENS
for 1882. Tested queens, May and June, $2.50; July
WARRANTED ITALIAN QUEENS
Warranted Italian queens, bred from choice im. ported mothers, in May, $1.25; June, $1.10; July and after, $1.00. Holy-Land and Cyprian queens, mated with Italian drones, at the same price. Safe arrival guaranteed. BE SURE to send for circular giving price of tested queens, and 1⁄2 doz. and dozen rates. CHAS. D. DUVALL, Spencerville, 5-6d Montgomery Co., Md.
Queens! Italian Queens!
Bred from selected queens of my own importing. Sent by mail; safe arrival guaranteed. If any prove hybrid, another will be sent. From June 1st to July 1st, $1.10; after July 1st, $1.00 each. On orders of 10, one extra will be given.
CHAS. R. BINGHAM, Edinburg, Portage Co., Ohio.
LEWIS & DETWILER, Manufacturers,
ITALIAN BEES, Queens and Sections.
Untested queens in May, $1.50; in June, $1.25; July and after, $1.00 each. Per doz., after July 1st, $10.00. Tested queens, double price of untested queens. One 2-comb nucleus, without queen (Gallup frame), in May, $3.00; June, $2.50; July and after, $2.00; 2-comb nucleus with Standard L. frames, 25 per cent more. One-half pound of Italian bees, same price as untested queen. SECTIONS.-Plane dovetailed sections, 44x44x1%. $4.50 per 1000; 5x52x1%, $5.00 per 1000. Less than 500, 60c per 100. Sections of this thickness need no tins between them to insure straight combs. Also, the bees will seal honey faster than in combs with deeper cells. See testimonials in March GLEANINGS. Please remit by P. O. money order, by registered letter, or by draft on New York or Chicago. Address O. H. TOWNSEND, Kalamazoo, Kal. Co., Mich.
A farm of 100 acres. Good house and barn, and fine orchard; both living and cistern water. House, barn lots, pasture, and orchard on forty acres; the rest, all smooth prairie. A first-class farm in every
respect, and a bargain for any one wanting a nice Excelsior Dunham and Vandervort Fdn.
Price per the above, sixty acres of smooth prairie, one-third in meadow, with small house, young orchard, etc.; price $25.00 per acre. Either of the above farms will be sold separately or together to suit purchaser. In a good neighborhood; churches and schools; five minutes' walk from R. R. station. Would sell crop, stock, and bees, if desired. Apply at once (must be sold) to M. N. MORRISON, 6d Beverly, Macon Co., Mo.
J. J. KISER,
To correspond with all Colorado bee-keepers who take GLEANINGS, and are in need of bee-hives and apiarian supplies. Address
U. S. STANDARD!
The New Honey Extractor contains three special improvements over all others. Four sizes. Prices same as other styles. Ask your supply dealer for them. Send for illustrated circular and price list to the apiarian supply dealers, whose names appear below. Merriam &
J. L. PEABODY,
Lewis & Detwiler, Toledo, O.
Wax has advanced so my price will now be: Dunham, 10 to 50 lbs., 42c; over 50 lbs., 41c; less than 10 lbs., 44c.
BEES BY THE HIVE OR LB. BEFORE JUNE 20,
$1.25 per lb.: in 10-lb. lots, $1.00 per lb. Combs and stores to ship on, 15 cts. per lb.
GOOD COLONIES IN SIMPLICITY HIVES, 88.00. 100 sale cheap. Same as used by Hethering
I will fill orders by return express.
HIVES FOR ton & Elwood. Write for prices and particulars to C. M. WOOLVER, Hallsville, Mont. Co., N. Y.
To Sell or Lease!
The Arrowhead Apiary. A rare opportunity for an experienced apiarist with poor health to make money and regain health, as it is one of the best localities in California for bees, and at the best health resort in the world. For particulars, address
D. N. SMITH, San Bernardino, California. Reference, Chas. F. Muth, Cincinnati, O.
Vandervort, 10 sq. feet per lb., 1 to 10 lbs., 57c; 10 to 50 lbs., 54c.
No discounts. Circular free.
Italian queens. I can
J. V. CALDWELL, Cambridge, Henry Co., Ill.
1882. furnish Italian queens at Tested queens, $1.50. WarJ. A. MCKEE, Sparta, Rand. Co., Ill.
Rogersville, Genesee Co., Michigan,
Makes a specialty of rearing fine Italian queens. All queens bred from imported queens, and from the best home-bred queens; and the cells built in full colonies. No black bees in the vicinity. During June, will be each.
each. Safe arrival guaranteed. Make money orders TIN POINTS FOR GLASSING HONEY.
payable at Flint, Mich.
ITALIAN QUEEN FOR 15 CENTS!
We sell each subscriber who pays the full price, one dollar, per year, for the American Bee-keeper, one beautiful, untested, Italian queen for 15 cents. Sample copy free. Address E. M. HARRISON, Lebanon, Laclede Co., Mo.
Cut by machinery; are much cheaper and better than hand-cut, and perfectly straight; 1,000 to 5,000, 25c; 6,000 to 10,000, 22c; over 10.000, 20c; 6c per 1,000 extra by mail. Samples for 3c stamp. W. C. GILLETTE,
LeRoy, Genesee Co., N. Y.
UNTESTED ITALIAN QUEENS, $1.00.
We expect to have to dispose of, during the NEW IDEAS.
of June and July, 1882, a few queens, ters of mothers whose colonies gave us, during the month of April, 1882, over 50 lbs. extracted honey. J. W. K. SHAW, Loreauville, Iberia Par., La.
Foundation ready for business. Sheets bound with a light wooden rim. Sample, 6 cents. Beetongue register, sent by mail for $2.25. Queens bred by an improved process. Italian or black bees for sale in a hive adapted to migratory bee-keeping.
52 sent promptly, for only two 3-cent stamps. For particulars, address JOHN H. MARTIN
H. Sherman, 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, §.
BOOKS ESPECIALLY FOR BEE-KEEPERS.
As many of the bee-books are sent with other goods by freight or express, incurring no postage, we give prices separately. You will notice, that you can judge of the size of the books very
well, by the amount required for postage on each. Postage.] [Price without postage. 12 A B C of Bee Culture** Paper.. 15 A B C of Bee Culture** Cloth 6 Cook's New Manual** Paper.. Cook's New Manual** Cloth.. Quinby's New Bee-Keeping**.
5 Bee-Keeper's Text Book* Revised, Paper
6 Bee-Keeper's Text Book*
10 Langstroth on the Hive and Honey Bee*** 2 Dzierzon Theory**.
1 Extracted Honey, Dadant*.
1 Honey as Food and Medicine.
"Blessed Bees"‡ A fascinating book, but it is fiction and not facts. Putnam's Sons.. Fuller's Grape Culturist**.
The Apiary, or Bees, Bee Hives, and Bee Culture, by Geo. Neighbour & Sons, England*% MISCELLANEOUS HAND BOOKS.
88 1 10 94 1 15 1 40 70 94 1 90 18
100 1 50
Ten Acres Enough**.
Tim Bunker Papers*.
Tracy's "Mother and Her Offspring"
2 | Treatise on the Horse and his Diseases... What I know of Farming, Horace Greely.. Window Gardening..
3 Wood's Common Objects of the Microscope** 47 BIBLES, HYMN BOOKS, AND OTHER GOOD BOOKS. 8 Bible, good print, neatly bound
10 Life of Garfield, from Canal Boy to President, Alger**
23 150 1 50
15 150 140
25 Johnson's How Crops Feed..
140 2 10 150
BOOKS THAT I HAVE NEVER EXAMINED, BUT THAT ARE IN GOOD REPUTE.
American Angler, Norris..
23 Practical Butter Book, Willard..
Farming by Inches, Barnard.
Flax Culture (Seven Prize Essays Practical..
Fur, Fin, and Feather.. Farming For Boys...
This book contains, in very large type, all the words spoken by Jesus, as nearly in their proper order as we can get thein.
1 50 18
90 150 23
Strawberry Garden. Barnard. A Story
50 15 1 50
Shooting on The Wing..
20 Youman's Household Science.
Gun, Rod, and Saddle.
Hedges and Evergreens, Warder. Hoosier Schoolmaster.
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.
Jennings' Horse Training Made Easy
Mrs. Cornelius's Young Housekeeper's Friend. Money In The Garden, Quinn...
Manual of Botany and Lessons, Gray.
My Ten Rod Farm, Barnard.. My Vineyard at Lakeview.
Pear Culture, Fields..
Peach Culture, Fulton's..
Pear Culture For Profit, Quinn..
Practical Poultry Keeper, Wright..
$5.50 30 3 75 38 175 100
8 00 125
5 00 38
50 1 50 150
1 50 150
You can not look over the back No's of GLEANINGS or any other Periodical with satisfaction, unless 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 115 year), gilt lettered, free by mail for 50, 60, and 75c, 75 according to quality. Table of prices of Binders for any Periodical, mailed on application. Send in your orders. A. I. ROOT, Medina, Ohio.
100 1 50 125 30 1 50 1 25
6 50 150 150 3 00 38 125 1.00
1 50 1 00
1 50 2.00 1 50 1 50
38 76 100
GLEANINGS IN BEE CULTURE.
Sections $4.50 100 FULL COLONIES,
BEES BY THE DOLLAR AND
FOR SALE BY
ONE-PIECE OR DOVETAILED.
and all goods correspondingly low. We make a specialty, of all styles, of the SIMPLICITY HIVE, including the "M. & F.” Chaff Hive, with movable upper story, which is growing rapidly in favor, as offering superior advantages for wintering and handling bees at all seasons. We have IMPROVED this hive by making one or both sides MOVABLE at an additional cost of 15c per side. We manufacture
and are agents for
Will pay highest price offered in GLEANINGS from month to month for beeswax, delivered at depot here.
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF APIARIAN
MERRIAM & FALCONER,
At Kansas City, Mo., WHOLESALE
I BREED PURE ITALIAN BEES FOR SALE.
Three L. frame Nuclei and Queen
I shall do by all as I would wish to be done by, both in quality and quantity. Can furnish full colonies reasonably, to be shipped in April and May.
DAN WHITE, NEW LONDON, HURON CO.,
September and October,
66 7 Queens which die in transit will be replaced only N. Y. if sent back in a letter. 1-6d CHARLES BIANCONCINI & CO., Bologna, Italy.
CASS CO., " MICH. SEND FOR PRICE LIST.
To send a postal card for our illustrated catalogue of
Before purchasing elsewhere. It contains illustra-
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
Italian, Cyprian, and Holy-Land Queens and Bees.
11 francs in Gold.
Dealers in Bee Supplies will do well to send for our wholesale prices of foundation. We now have the most extensive manufactory of foundation in the
country. We send to all parts of the U. S. We
make all standard styles, and our wax is nowhere to be equaled for cleanliness, purity, and beauty. Extra thin and bright for sections. All shapes and all sizes. Samples free on request.
We now quote an advance of 5 cents on the prices advertised in our circulars, wholesale or retail. CHAS. DADANT & SON, HAMILTON, HANCOCK CO., ILL.
FIFTY YEARS AN APIARIAN.
We are the oldest breeders of Italian Bees, and manufacturers of APIARIAN SUPPLIES in New England.
Our experience dates back to the first experiments of Mr. Langstroth in the movable-comb system. Send for our Price List of Bees, Queens, and Supplies, before making your purchases for 1882. Address WM. W. CARY & SON, Colerain, Franklin Co., Mass.