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Will pay 25c per lb. cash, or 27c in trade for any quantity of good, fair, average beeswax, delivered
at our R. R. station. The same will be sold to those who wish to purchase, at 30c per lb.
A. I. ROOT, Medina, Ohio. P. S.-Unless you put your name on the box, and tell how much you have sent, I can not hold myself A. I. ROOT. eral thing to send wax by Express. responsible for mistakes. It will not pay as a gen
BEES & HONEY,
Put your stamp on every card, letter, paper, book, or anything else that you may send out by mail or express and you will save yourself and all who do business with you "a world of
COMB FOUNDATION, QUEENS, BOOKS, ETC., ETC. S. C. & J. P. WATTS, LUMBER CITY, CLEARFIELD CO., PA.
$10.00 TO $60.00.
SAMPLES OF FOUNDATION FREE, OR WITH
For illustrations see our Illustrated Catalogue of Apiarian Implements and Supplies, mailed on apA. I. ROOT, Medina, Ohio. plication.
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.
trouble." I know, you see.
We have those suitable for Druggists, Grocery-
Cook's Manual in paper or cloth at the same price as above.
A. I. ROOT, Medina, O.
Contents of this Number. WARRANTED ITALIAN QUEENS
Warranted Italian queens, bred from choice im352 ported mothers, each $1.00; 2 doz., $5.00; dozen, $9.00; Holy-Land and Cyprian queens, mated with Italian drones, at the same price. Tested queens, $2.00. Orders filled promptly, and safe arrival guaranteed. Send for circular. CHAS. D. DUVALL. 7-9d Spencerville, Mont. Co., Md.
INDEX OF DEPARTMENTS.
Heads of Grain.
Humbugs and Swindles
.324 | Ladies' Department.
Notes and Queries..
Bees, Length of Flight.
Chaff for Wintering.
Bee Disease, New.
INDEX OF HEADS OF GRAIN, NOTES AND QUERIES,
340 .332 321
351 .349 Col. from a Qu. and 2 Bees. .341 Col. Killing their own Bees.348 Corn, Sweet, How to Dry.. .329 Cotton, Mrs.. .315 Cyprians. .348, 353 322
Ent. Guards, Caution.
H. A. Burch & Co
350 Honey, Sour
349 Honey boxes in Winter.
Honey from Corn.
Honey, Thick, in N. Z.
Hon. from Thistle & Dan'n..334 Honey-jars, Cheaper. 352 Hybrids, Extra Energy of...346 Kleptomania.. .348 328 Mating of Queen and Drone.349
354 Missing Articles...
Utah. Foul Brood in..
Wilson on Introducing.
334 346 .346
Hives, Chaff Tenement.
Hives, Chaff, Good Report. 348
Early Italian & Cyprian Queens.
Imported and home-bred; nuclei and full colonies. For quality and purity, my stock of bees can not be excelled in the United States. I make a specialty of manufacturing the Dunham foundation. you wish to Bees or send for my new Circular, containing directions for introducing queens, remarks on the new races of Bees, &c. Address ltfd
DR. J. P. H. BROWN, Augusta, Ga.
ALL BRED FROM MOTHERS IMPORTED BY
H. B. HARRINGTON, MEDINA, OHIO.
.344 342 .348
PURE ITALIAN QUEENS.
Bred from an Imported Mother. Sent by mail, 349 and safe arrival guaranteed.
Tested Queens, before June 15th..
after 335 Untested Queens, before June 15th 46 after Give me a trial. Satisfaction guaranteed. 7d J. H. REED, Orleans, Orange Co., Ind.
2.00 100 90
ITALIAN QUEEN FOR 15 CENTS!
We sell each subscriber who pays the full price, one beautiful, untested, Italian queen for 15 cents. Samdollar, per year, for the American Bee-keeper, one ple copy free. Address
E. M. HARRISON, Lebanon, Laclede Co., Mo.
LANGSTROTH, SIMPLICITY, AND CHAFF
S. D. BUELL,
Union City, Branch Co., Mich.
MAHER & GROSH'S COMMON-SENSE KNIFE
Contains Pruning blade, Jackknife blade and Budding or
cents; with just large and
Names of responsible parties will be inserted in any of the following departments, at a uniform price of 20 cents each insertion, or $2.00 per year.
Names inserted in this department the first time without charge. After, 20c each insertion, or $2,00 per year.
Those whose names appear below agree to furnish Italian queens for $1.00 each, under the following conditions: No guarantee is to be assumed of purity, or anything of the kind, only that the queen be reared from a choice, pure mother, and had commenced to lay when they were shipped. They also agree to return the money at any time when customers become impatient of such delay as may be unavoidable.
Bear in mind that he who sends the best queens, put up most neatly and most securely, will probably receive the most orders. Special rates for warranted and tested queens, furnished on application to any of the parties. Names with *, use an imported queen mother. If the queen arrives dead, notify us and we will send you another. Probably none will be sent for $1.00 before July 1st, or after Nov. If wanted sooner, or later, see rates in price list.
Department for those who wish to be considered
Names will be inserted in this Department free of charge the first time. After that, 10c. each insertion, or $1.00 per year.
We whose names appear below do not know that we have a single dissatisfied person with whom we have had deal; but if we have, such will confer a favor by writing us kindly, and we will do our best to render satisfaction.
T. C. Crilly, Grafton, Lorain Co., O.
C. W. Phelps, Tioga Centre, Tioga Co., N. Y.
F. A. Snell, Milledgeville, Carroll Co., III.
Who agree to make such hives, and at the prices named, as those described on our circular.
A. I. Root, Medina, Ohio.
P. L. Viallon, Bayou Goula, Iberville Par., La. 7tfd
2-7 3-2 d
S. C. Perry, Portland, Ionia Co., Mich.
*A. I. Root, Medina, Ohio.
HE Coming Bee has settled at Columbus, Wis. 100 colonies for sale. Single colonies of Cyprians or Italians, in well-painted Langstroth hives, $9.00. Either variety of choice-bred queens, tested pure, $3.00; untested, $1.00. Orders filled promptly or money refunded. General bee-keepers' supplies 3-8 kept in stock or furnished upon short notice. Sat4-9 isfaction guaranteed in all cases. Send for circulars. ROYS & MORGAN.
*H. H. Brown, Light Street, Columbia Co., Pa. 7tf
Bees by the Pound.
Those whose names appear below agree to furnish bees by the pound, and at the prices given in our circular.
At Kansas City, Mo.,
I BREED PURE ITALIAN BEES FOR SALE.
Tested Queens, after June.
My queens are bred from best Imported and Homebred stock.
I warrant my Dollar Queens to be purely mated; and guarantee safe arrival.
If for any reason the bees do not please you, write me full particulars, and I will do my best to render satisfaction.
If thou to the altar, and there
that thy brother hath aught against thee, leave there thy gift TIN POINTS FOR GLASSING HONEY.
altar, and go way; be reconciled to thy brother, and then come and offer thy gift.-MATT. 5: 23, 24.
In ordering, please write your name and address plainly. Respectfully,
E. M. HAYHURST, P. O. Box 1131.
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 1,00) extra by mail. Samples for 3c stamp. W. C. GILLETTE, LeRoy, Genesee Co., N. Y.
I. R. Elkhart
E. M. Hayhurst, Kansas City, Jackson Co., Mo.6tfd Choice Italian Queens
E. A. Thomas & Co., Mass.
J. T. Wilson, Mortonsville, Woodford Co., Ky. 6tfd HEADQUARTERS for the GOLDEN ITALIANS
Oliver Foster, Mt. Vernon, Linn Co., Iowa. 6tfd
and the ORIGINAL ALBINO BEES and QUEENS. Send for circular.
J. M. C. TAYLOR, Lewistown, Frederick Co., Md.
CE HEAPEST PLACE FOR COLONIES.-Italian
Bees, Nuclei, Queens, Extractors, and Bee Books, see Feb. GLEANINGS. Address
OTTO KLEINOW, Opposite Fort Wayne, Detroit, Mich.
A. I. ROOT, Publisher and Proprietor, Medina, O.
HAD a case last season that was similar to one mentioned by friend Little, on page 277 of June GLEANINGS. After waiting a week for nature to remove the protruding and dried-up drone organ, I clipped it off, using my finger-nails for nippers or scissors. The queen then commenced, in a day or two, to lay, filled the combs of her nucleus with eggs, and was, apparently, all right, so I sent her to a customer. In two or three weeks I received a card from her purchaser, saying, "One of those half-dozen queens that you sent me does not perform her duty as should a well-behaved queen. She scatters the eggs all over, puts more than one egg into a cell, and sometimes attaches them to the sides of the cell. It is not the work of a fertile worker, as the queen is present, and I have seen her laying." I concluded that it was the queen that I had operated upon, and so I sent another.
SELLING EXTRACTED HONEY.
Nearly all of the honey that I have sold away from home has been sold in Mason's fruit-jars. In packing them for transportation, 1 place an inch of chaff in the bottom of a box, set the jars upon it, and then pack chaff between them. I always carry the honey away myself, and I have broken only one jar, and that was caused by a small knot, from some board, getting into the chaff packing, under the jar. When honey is in the liquid state, it certainly does present a sort of "make-your-mouth-water" appearance
TERMS: $1.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE: 2 Copies for $1.90; 3 for $2.75; 5 for $4.00; 10 or more, 75 cts. each. Single Number, 10 cts, Additions to clubs may be made at club rates. Above are all to be sent to ONE POSTOFFICE. Clubs to different postoffices, NOT LESS than 90 cts. each.
JULY 1, 1882.
Established in 1873.
NOTES FROM THE BANNER APIARY. when put up in glass; but after it candies it looks well, one groceryman remarked, like lard. If I should ever have honey enough so it doesn't " "get sold" before the cool fall weather begins to make it QUEEN SURGERY A CASE THAT DIDN'T TURN OUT candy, I shall try putting it up for sale in small tin pails, and adorn the pails with bright, attractive labels. For shipping liquid honey, I have used, to a small extent, the 100-lb. spruce kegs, and I could ask for nothing better.
NOT GOING TO THE FAIR, AFTER ALL. It is with regret that I have finally decided not to make an apiarian exhibit at our State Fair this fall. What's the reason? Well," too much to do," haven't time to spare to prepare things for an exhibit and do the subject justice. I wish, however, to thank the kind friends who have offered to help me in the matter, and who have written and given me some valuable suggestions.
MY REVISED REPORT FOR 1881. In giving my report last January for 1881, I esti mated my 28 colonies at $5.00 each. One died in the winter, one was robbed this spring when I was away from home (my first loss from robbers), one was found queenless, and was united with another, so I commenced the season with 25 colonies. I think it fair to estimate these 25 colonies now at $8.00 each, which would place my profits at an average of $18.30 per colony.
MY WINTERING EXPERIMENTS. You will perhaps remember, that last fall I pre pared my bees for winter in several ways, with a view of determining which was the best method of wintering. Some colonies were left unprotected upon their summer stands, others were protected with chaff cushions; some were covered with the chaff