Years in print:
The Non-Sectarian was published monthly from January, 1891, to December, 1895, when it was sold to the publisher of To-Day, a Philadelphia magazine, now suspended. It was almost entirely religious in its selection and treatment of subjects, scarcely any space being allotted to literature proper. Its size was gradually increased from twenty-eight to fifty pages per number.
(From the Encyclopedia of the History of Missouri by Alexander N. De Menil, 1901).
H.R. Whitmore, editor; Non-Sectarian Publishing Company.