An illustrated prospectus describing fully the prominent features of SCRIBNER’S MAGAZINE for 1905 will be sent to any address on application.
CHARLES SCRIBNER’S SONS, 153-157 FIFTH AVE., NEW YORK CITY
ALPHABETICAL LIST OF AMERICAN AND FOREIGN PERIODICALS.
SUPPLIED BY D.D. COTTRELL’S SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY, NORTH COHOCTON, N.Y.
THIS PRICE-LIST supersedes all previous ones; order from this after November 15th, 1904.
PRICES QUOTED in this list pay for yearly subscriptions, postage free to the subscriber. WE SEND RECEIPT FOR EACH REMITTANCE.
WE AUTHORIZE AND INVITE Agents, Newsdealers, Postmasters, Booksellers, Publishers, or any person receiving this list, to remit to us at our WHOLESALE PRICES.
FOREIGN PERIODICALS. We can furnish English, French, German, or any other periodicals published anywhere in any language. IF YOU DO NOT SEE WHAT YOU WANT IN THIS CATALOGUE, ASK FOR QUOTATIONS.
AGENT’S COMMISSION. The difference between price in second column and the price you charge customers will be your commission.
WE RECEIVE SUBSCRIPTIONS at any time in the year, and publications can in most cases, commence at any date desired.
WHOLESALE PRICES QUOTED to this list include the prepayment of postage to all parts of the United States, Mexico, Canada, Hawaiian Islands, Islands of Guam, Philippine Archipelago, Porto Rico, Tutulia, and Cuba and U. S. Postal district at Shanghaii, China.
FOREIGN POSTAGE. The amount following the letters “F.P.” in this list gives the extra yearly cost for foreign postage when such periodical is sent to any other country except those mentioned in the paragraph above.
PRICES ARE THE SAME FOR RENEWALS AND NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS when not otherwise specified in the list.
NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS, “n” or “new,” indicates price on NEW subscriptions ONLY.
ALL AMERICAN PERIODICALS are sent from the office of publication to subscribers. We do not handle the papers.
FOR THREE OR SIX MONTHS’ SUBSCRIPTIONS add five cents to one-fourth or one-half of our wholesale price. Some daily papers charge more than this for short time subscriptions.
Weekly newspapers are designated by the letter “w” following the name; Dailies, “6 issues.” Daily and Sunday by “7 issues”: Tri-Weeklies, “t.w.”; Semi-Weeklies, “s.w.”; Monthlies, “m”; bi-monthlies, “bi-m.”; Quarterlies, “q.”
PRICES SUBJECT TO PUBLISHERS’ CHANGES
As this Catalogue will be received by many people to whom this Agency is entirely unknown, we give by permission the following names as
GEO. W. HALLOCK—BANK BATH, N.Y.
THE PUBLISHERS OF ANY LEADING PERIODICAL
BRADSTREET’S OR DUN’S COMMERCIAL AGENCIES.
[Note that D. D. Cottrell company NO LONGER EXISTS!]