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VOL. XXXIX. NO. 109.
KOCK ISLAND, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, ISM.
1 IMagi Cle BjrVata.
I I'rr HHk lttUiU.
QUEN. CRONE AND WORKER BEES.
When we will be ready to announce the date of
Our Great Spring Opening !
Every day for the last four weeks large in
voices of soods have been arriving. Our larq;e force
of clerks have been busy unpacking, marking and
placing them ready for inspection. We have left
nothing undone in selecting our first spring purchase
for Rock Island, and are confident that our spring
line will be unexcelled. We pride ourselves partic
ularly upon the
Style, Workmanship, Fit and Quality.
In justice to yourselves, wait and watch for our
grand opening, examine our exquisite line and satisfy
yourselves of the artistic merit and low prices of our
Our hat and furnishing department will com
prise the latest novelties.
LONDON CLOTHING COMPANY.
Tn Three Klads t II Tmmm la
rla All AWt tko M.lkrr Rm.
The quw n if tL mother In, and the
anf-l lmjiTtaat perwuuie in the hive.
Tbe qaee n. as cotnjiarvd with otl-r bene,
is long lived. It i Dt unucual few ber
to lo good won for from three to four
rear. All d-jend upn tier excellence
and vigor. Sne ju"-n cese to be use
ful at the end of one y-ar. others at tiro
and mi on. When they no longer lay
itiii r-gnat-d -s r-af to be fertile
the workvrs n-ar a new jti--ti and dertroy
the old one.
ltithe quen's misMoti tokep the
ci lTiy tv-",l f.palateJ in a word, to lay
g.:. A p 1 qntrti lay fnni 2.000 to
S.""! egg j-r dn-m.or m-arly double, ber
weight of e;rg t-r day. differ,
however. In the matu-r of fecundity; the
good ones krn the Live j j.ul m with
active. pp'Stable lie. inferior
one, although tbt-y may lay -tzz fur a
time, are never profitable. Thme Im
rfrtly leVt"lo-d 1 are. according
to Hmt. the result of trying t raine a
tju--n whi-n there ar t few or
hen the Ltrva? with which tbey are ob
liged t rear a queen are too old that
i.. ti nearly ready t -l nju lro
feeor Cook mji that thin lac k of feraad
ity may be dne to dim-aw, iuijiroper de
velopment or torjiecial rare or rtrain.
The activity of the queen i governed
largely by tbe activity of tb worker.
According to ( lrof-r t' k. an the
work-r b-e fted the laving i Jeen. it i
more than probable that witu no nectar
tipv.h r the fo.-l i within id. and io
the queen is unable to produce the egg,
which demand a great amount of nutri
tion f . 1 all ready to I abortmd.
i-enU-gin to lay when about eight
t t-n day 4d. as a rale. If a qaeen is
u fertilized in, nay. a fortnight from
the time t-lie i hatcb! fhe will f reqnent
!y begin laying without bt-itg frtilixd
gVTKN I'HONE W..nK ER.
at all. and ic commonly known ai a drone
layicg ine-n. The queen i an impor
Uait individual of a Live only n long aa
the i n--fuL Vh-n L-r nfulnena
c-.-.s- hhe i d'-rtri'ye i with as litlle con
Mdorsti.n as are tli lr..r..
The dront are th tua!e l-f. and are
cenemlly found in the hivt- .nle from
My to Novetntier. though th-y may re
m.iin a!l winter. Thrr are in nature
K-vt-ral huudrol and oft-n thousands in
each colony. Thenmuln-r niaj- le and
i ofr. n ivOuoeI by tin- .-.jiarn-t. The
w -rk-rT T-' t s re tii underel-oj-l
ff-Mal jh- that d tlie work
rxc- j t that of l.iyn-- Tln-re are
from J Vm t'j -I v- rtrii-r in every
wiii PjjUti l: u out
Ai:i r..-:n ::il:iv:.;i.rx: ir-t crosn-
"in joijj-t r.ny :a:iIarl br-d of.
f o.vl ar- jT t:y mitv tv j.r. juv-- gd re-
j-u.;-. it..- i;.;i!i -ao i.i,- tfie cros
kt.'fU th--- t ij.iract ri:i'- . vi1ms to
It --l to. tnd tii- tn. f re rIiy mcuivs
tJ.-m. But tT;ie fowl-s though
!t-n vali::iM- for i.ro.lacin-r. are
n.t tm;w..r;hy f..r Iri-;irig. Their
lr.'g-uy not gT4d- but uioTiCTela.
Chaugin th uial- in a C k is of ten
aivi--l. mi if tii u. w ncii are ttkwi-
fzr-U thv will It- hzil alvaata? from
tn:. TL- fiot-Ks on 1 uii all vr the
c.untry ar- lurgt-ly of this u .-rt I rtock.
and thi iit onr re.-iwn wLv u tuuiv have
lu.r pucce. with t.jultrv. Fortv or ftT
jer ago tie.- coiuinou dunghill fowl in
thu cuntry. though originally inter
mixtl. hvl bt-n inbr-l long enough to
that it bad l-c.rae alia-t an evtabludied
bm-L Few. if u:y. .f th-w J1 fah
ionl fowls r now Kft anywb-re. Aa
a conu-nce the intryiuciion of new
blood in errry C k tiot ahilut-y tnxre
bre.1 i a twxMty every two or three
year, aud in every cae ml-s of jmre
Llool. and tt far juhoI, of the pre
dominant strain of the flock, should be
introduced for croMan.
Beveral years seo Cstotberlaia A Co..
of Ds Moioes. Iowa, comnxoe d the
DkDbfactare of a coujh syrup, belkriaf
it to be tte most prompt aed reliable
prepsratioa yet pro need forecasts, colds
sod croup; that the public appreciate
true merit, and Ja time it ws certie to
become popular. Tbelr most s&egaioe
hopes bsve been more thso realised. Over
three hundred tboussnd bottles of Caaa
bet Iain's Cog Bb Rimed j are aow sold each
Tesr. and it is recojraired as 'the best
"de." be re ever keovs. It will cure
severe cold ia les time ttsa sbt otter
treatment. Foi sale by Ilartx & Baha
Te woil 1 msv despise a kkker. but it
Is iovertiticg to sot thst it keeps lis
sLi&s oat cf the wsy.
A Kaal Salsast is Zeay's
The dlctionery sjs. a balsam is
thick, pure, aromatic substaace lovtai
from trees." Kemp's Balstm for the
throst aod luoes u the oolr couch medi
cine that is a real balsam. Meiy thin.
wstery cough remed les are called balsam's
bnt such are not. Look through a bottle
of Kemp's Balsam sod ooiice what a purs,
thick preparation it is. If jou cough
use Kemp's Balsam. At all druggta.
Large bottles WcaalSL
There is no danger of a cold resulting
in pneumonia when Chamberlain's Cough
remedy is used aa directed -for a terera
cold." It effectually counteracts and
arrests say tendency of a cold to result
ia pneumonia. This fact was fully prov
en ia tbousials of cases during the epU
demie of influents last winter. For sale
by Hull & Bahnsea.
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