Years in print:
The St. Louis Dry Goods and Grocery Reporter, H.F. Zider, editor/publisher, was begin in 1872. It was issued weekly and contained one hundred and twenty-eight pages of material. It ran through some fifteen years of publication and was one of the few papers of its class in the United States at the time.
(From the Enclopedia of the History of Missouri by Alexander N. De Menil, 1901).
"The most complete market report in the West."
Var.: St. Louis Dry Goods and Grocery Reporter.