Years in print:
Wolcott & Hume Company, publisher. Took over The Dispatch. Merged with The Times.
"The columns of the Journal will contain the fullest and most complete synopsis of local and foreign news, our special telegraphic and local reports being nearly all exclusive and of the most comprehensive character...Persons desiring to have the Daily Journal left regularly at their houses in the city can receive it every evening, by leaving their names at the counting room, 409 Olive."
Var.: St. Louis Daily Journal.