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West Side News, April 5, 1890, Orville Wright Apr 1890

West Side News, April 5, 1890, Orville Wright

West Side News

West Side News was a weekly newspaper published by the Wright Brothers. This paper, published in March 1889 through May of 1890, featured news from the west side of Dayton. The front page of this issue features reports of a mirage appearing above Ashland, Ohio, the invention of a stove that lights using electricity, a telegraph that converts Morse code to text, and more. Also included in this issue are national news, local news, humorous stories, and advertisements.


West Side News, March 29, 1890, Orville Wright Mar 1890

West Side News, March 29, 1890, Orville Wright

West Side News

West Side News was a weekly newspaper published by the Wright Brothers. This paper, published in March 1889 through May of 1890, featured news from the west side of Dayton. The front page of this issue features a letter to the editor asking West Side natives to patronize businesses on the West Side, an uprising and escape from a local work house, and more. This is the first issue of the second volume of the West Side News. On the second page they post their mission statement as being "to present to our readers a paper worthy of the city ...


West Side News, March 22, 1890, Orville Wright Mar 1890

West Side News, March 22, 1890, Orville Wright

West Side News

West Side News was a weekly newspaper published by the Wright Brothers. This paper, published in March 1889 through May of 1890, featured news from the west side of Dayton. The front page of this issue features a letter to the editor complaining about the lack of a hardware store on the West Side, news of a retiring postmaster, a destroyed buggy shed, a narrowly escaped fire, and more. Also included in this issue are local news, humorous stories, and advertisements.


West Side News, March 15, 1890, Orville Wright Mar 1890

West Side News, March 15, 1890, Orville Wright

West Side News

West Side News was a weekly newspaper published by the Wright Brothers. This paper, published in March 1889 through May of 1890, featured news from the west side of Dayton. The front page of this issue features a story about native Californians lassoing bears, an anecdote about a man trying to buy hard boiled eggs, a story about a local woman committing suicide, and more. Also included in this issue are national news, local news, humorous stories, and advertisements.


West Side News, March 8, 1890, Orville Wright Mar 1890

West Side News, March 8, 1890, Orville Wright

West Side News

West Side News was a weekly newspaper published by the Wright Brothers. This paper, published in March 1889 through May of 1890, featured news from the west side of Dayton. The front page of this issue features a short history on political parties in the United States and assorted city news. Also included in this issue are national news, local news, humorous stories, and advertisements.


West Side News, February 22, 1890, Orville Wright Feb 1890

West Side News, February 22, 1890, Orville Wright

West Side News

West Side News was a weekly newspaper published by the Wright Brothers. This paper, published in March 1889 through May of 1890, featured news from the west side of Dayton. The front page of this issue features a anecdotes about a present a colonel received, a young lawyer trying a case, and more. Also included in this issue are national news, local news, humorous stories, and advertisements.


West Side News, February 15, 1890, Orville Wright Feb 1890

West Side News, February 15, 1890, Orville Wright

West Side News

West Side News was a weekly newspaper published by the Wright Brothers. This paper, published in March 1889 through May of 1890, featured news from the west side of Dayton. The front page of this issue features stories about the Secretary of State teasing a lawyer about obtaining a consulship, a superstitious woman, and more. Also included in this issue are national news, local news, humorous stories, and advertisements.


West Side News, February 8, 1890, Orville Wright Feb 1890

West Side News, February 8, 1890, Orville Wright

West Side News

West Side News was a weekly newspaper published by the Wright Brothers. This paper, published in March 1889 through May of 1890, featured news from the west side of Dayton. The front page of this issue features a write up about the circus owner, Adam Forepaugh, a story on Thomas Baldwin parachuting safely from a hot air balloon, a short article on the benefits and uses of Thomas Edison's phonograph, and more. Also included in this issue are national news, local news, humorous stories, and advertisements.


West Side News, February 1, 1890, Orville Wright Feb 1890

West Side News, February 1, 1890, Orville Wright

West Side News

West Side News was a weekly newspaper published by the Wright Brothers. This paper, published in March 1889 through May of 1890, featured news from the west side of Dayton. The front page of this issue features a story about the ghost of a conductor beheaded in a train accident, a dog getting caught in a woman's dress, and more. Also included in this issue are national news, local news, humorous stories, and advertisements.


West Side News, January 25, 1890, Orville Wright Jan 1890

West Side News, January 25, 1890, Orville Wright

West Side News

West Side News was a weekly newspaper published by the Wright Brothers. This paper, published in March 1889 through May of 1890, featured news from the west side of Dayton. This issue features a story regarding a young black infant that could repeat any words spoken to him despite being three months old, an anecdote about a man claiming to be brave in a thunderstorm, and more. On the second page there is a small note about an automated pancake machine explaining how it works. Also included in this issue are national news, local news, humorous stories, and advertisements.


West Side News, January 18, 1890, Orville Wright Jan 1890

West Side News, January 18, 1890, Orville Wright

West Side News

West Side News was a weekly newspaper published by the Wright Brothers. This paper, published in March 1889 through May of 1890, featured news from the west side of Dayton. The front page of this issue features a story about a printing establishment in Shanghai, stories of different types of courage from General Horace Porter, and more. Also included in this issue are national news, local news, humorous stories, and advertisements.


West Side News, January 11, 1890, Orville Wright Jan 1890

West Side News, January 11, 1890, Orville Wright

West Side News

West Side News was a weekly newspaper published by the Wright Brothers. This paper, published in March 1889 through May of 1890, featured news from the west side of Dayton. The front page of this issue features information on the Canvasback duck, an anecdote about Colonel Pierce on advertising, a story about whether pigeons would fall or fly when released from the Eiffel Tower, and more. Also included in this issue are national news, local news, humorous stories, and advertisements.


West Side News, January 3, 1890, Orville Wright, Edwin Sines Jan 1890

West Side News, January 3, 1890, Orville Wright, Edwin Sines

West Side News

West Side News was a weekly newspaper published by the Wright Brothers. This paper, published in March 1889 through May of 1890, featured news from the west side of Dayton. The first page of this issue features anecdotes about Walter Savage Landor throwing a man out a window, Reynell Taylor encountering jackals in a forest, a recounting of proper Chinese etiquette, and more. The second page contains a small note about a local grocery buying a National Cash Register to use in the store. Also included in this issue are national news, local news, humorous stories, and advertisements.


West Side News, December 28, 1889, Orville Wright, Edwin Sines Dec 1889

West Side News, December 28, 1889, Orville Wright, Edwin Sines

West Side News

West Side News was a weekly newspaper published by the Wright Brothers. This paper, published in March 1889 through May of 1890, featured news from the west side of Dayton. The front page of this issue features anecdotes about a young spendthrift, a thankful Irishman, and more. Also included in this issue are national news, local news, humorous stories, and advertisements.


West Side News, December 21, 1889, Orville Wright, Edwin Sines Dec 1889

West Side News, December 21, 1889, Orville Wright, Edwin Sines

West Side News

West Side News was a weekly newspaper published by the Wright Brothers. This paper, published in March 1889 through May of 1890, featured news from the west side of Dayton. The front page of this issue features anecdote about a boy trying to sell a dog, a reprint of a story about a man deciding to make his son a politician, and more. Also included in this issue are national news, local news, humorous stories, and advertisements.


West Side News, December 7, 1889, Orville Wright, Edwin Sines Dec 1889

West Side News, December 7, 1889, Orville Wright, Edwin Sines

West Side News

West Side News was a weekly newspaper published by the Wright Brothers. This paper, published in March 1889 through May of 1890, featured news from the west side of Dayton. The front page of this issue features the short story titled "Mark Twain's Watch" by author Mark Twain about trying to have his watch repaired. Also included in this issue are national news, local news, humorous stories, and advertisements.


West Side News, November 30, 1889, Orville Wright, Edwin Sines Nov 1889

West Side News, November 30, 1889, Orville Wright, Edwin Sines

West Side News

West Side News was a weekly newspaper published by the Wright Brothers. This paper, published in March 1889 through May of 1890, featured news from the west side of Dayton. The front page features an anecdotes about a priest and two lawyers, a Baptist elder and a teamster trying to move a team of oxen, and more. The second page has an article about a contemporary local newspaper the "Midget," losing it's capital. This page also has a lengthy story about a gas explosion in Miami City that destroyed W.S. Hawthorne's home. The article goes into great ...


West Side News, November 23, 1889, Orville Wright, Edwin Sines Nov 1889

West Side News, November 23, 1889, Orville Wright, Edwin Sines

West Side News

West Side News was a weekly newspaper published by the Wright Brothers. This paper, published in March 1889 through May of 1890, featured news from the west side of Dayton. The front page features an anecdotes about a little girl learning the phrase "darn it," an Irish soldier in a Confederate regiment, a man hunting for a tiger, and more. The second page has an article about the recent rebellion to remove the Emperor of Brazil from power. The article also describes a short history of Dom Pedro II, the second and last Emperor of Brazil. Also included in this ...


West Side News, November 16, 1889, Orville Wright, Edwin Sines Nov 1889

West Side News, November 16, 1889, Orville Wright, Edwin Sines

West Side News

West Side News was a weekly newspaper published by the Wright Brothers. This paper, published in March 1889 through May of 1890, featured news from the west side of Dayton. The first page in this issue features a story about a runaway slave, an explanation of the process of photographing stars, and more. Also included in this issue are national news, local news, humorous stories, and advertisements.


West Side News, November 9, 1889, Orville Wright, Edwin Sines Nov 1889

West Side News, November 9, 1889, Orville Wright, Edwin Sines

West Side News

West Side News was a weekly newspaper published by the Wright Brothers. This paper, published in March 1889 through May of 1890, featured news from the west side of Dayton. The front page of this issue features a reprint of an editorial on waking up early, an anecdote about a clergyman killing a fly, and more. On the second page there is a small article about litigation against the United Brethren Church, and a small note about the Davis Sewing Machine Company moving to Dayton. On the third page there is a reprint of an article from Munford's Magazine ...


West Side News, November 2, 1889, Orville Wright, Edwin Sines Nov 1889

West Side News, November 2, 1889, Orville Wright, Edwin Sines

West Side News

West Side News was a weekly newspaper published by the Wright Brothers. This paper, published in March 1889 through May of 1890, featured news from the west side of Dayton. The front page of this article features a story about different scientists theorizing about the potential dangers of drilling for natural gas, an anecdote about a man speaking at the Clover Club in Philadelphia, and more. The second page has a small article on Constitutional Amendments that provide for the election of a governor every three years, creating single districts, and issues relating to taxation. Also included in this issue ...


West Side News, October 26, 1889, Orville Wright, Edwin Sines Oct 1889

West Side News, October 26, 1889, Orville Wright, Edwin Sines

West Side News

West Side News was a weekly newspaper published by the Wright Brothers. This paper, published in March 1889 through May of 1890, featured news from the west side of Dayton. The front page of this issue features a reprint of a poem from the Somerville Journal, anecdotes, reprints from other newspapers, and a short commentary about a newspaper in New York saying that "Edison has no peer." On the fourth page there is a story about an expedition to the west coast of Africa to observe the eclipse that would happen on December 22nd of that year. Also included in ...


West Side News, October 19, 1889, Orville Wright, Edwin Sines Oct 1889

West Side News, October 19, 1889, Orville Wright, Edwin Sines

West Side News

West Side News was a weekly newspaper published by the Wright Brothers. This paper, published in March 1889 through May of 1890, featured news from the west side of Dayton. The front page of this issue features stories horse faking lameness, a bird's nest made out of clock springs, an article on the chemical composition of stars, and more. Also included in this issue are national news, local news, humorous stories, and advertisements.


West Side News, October 12, 1889, Orville Wright, Edwin Sines Oct 1889

West Side News, October 12, 1889, Orville Wright, Edwin Sines

West Side News

West Side News was a weekly newspaper published by the Wright Brothers. This paper, published in March 1889 through May of 1890, featured news from the west side of Dayton. The front page of this issue features an anecdote about a representative in the House of Representatives plagiarizing a report, a man bringing suit against a woman for ruining his clothes, and more. On the second page there is a small editorial about the importance of a Congress of American Nations. The third page has a small write-up on the building of the Library of Congress. Also included in this ...


West Side News, October 5, 1889, Orville Wright, Edwin Sines Oct 1889

West Side News, October 5, 1889, Orville Wright, Edwin Sines

West Side News

West Side News was a weekly newspaper published by the Wright Brothers. This paper, published in March 1889 through May of 1890, featured news from the west side of Dayton. The front page of this issue features anecdotes about a Quaker barber and a parson, a sculptor and a critic, and a story about the attempting to fly the hot air balloon "Horla" to a height of five miles. Also included in this issue are national news, local news, humorous stories, and advertisements.


West Side News, September 28, 1889, Orville Wright, Edwin Sines Sep 1889

West Side News, September 28, 1889, Orville Wright, Edwin Sines

West Side News

West Side News was a weekly newspaper published by the Wright Brothers. This paper, published in March 1889 through May of 1890, featured news from the west side of Dayton. The front page of this issue features anecdotes about an elderly woman becoming disillusioned with her husband, a story about the Persian Shah granting money to a man that impressed him, an update on Dr. Brown-Sequard's "Elixir of Life," and more. On the second page there is a editorial recommending that the local high school add a mechanical department to help young men see what they are suited to ...


West Side News, September 21, 1889, Orville Wright, Edwin Sines Sep 1889

West Side News, September 21, 1889, Orville Wright, Edwin Sines

West Side News

West Side News was a weekly newspaper published by the Wright Brothers. This paper, published in March 1889 through May of 1890, featured news from the west side of Dayton. The front page features an anecdote about offending a tavern owner, a reprint of an article about transferring skin diseases via hotel soaps, and a discovery of a ancient village in Egypt. There is a short article titled In Memoriam published on behalf of the Women's Missionary Society of Summit Street United Brethren Church remembering Susan Wright. Also included in this issue are national news, local news, humorous stories ...


West Side News, September 14, 1889, Orville Wright, Edwin Sines Sep 1889

West Side News, September 14, 1889, Orville Wright, Edwin Sines

West Side News

West Side News was a weekly newspaper published by the Wright Brothers. This paper, published in March 1889 through May of 1890, featured news from the west side of Dayton. The front page features an anecdote about a lawyer from Kentucky defending a chicken thief, commentary about the fees of local street cars, and more. Also included in this issue are national news, local news, humorous stories, and advertisements.


West Side News, September 7, 1889, Orville Wright, Edwin Sines Sep 1889

West Side News, September 7, 1889, Orville Wright, Edwin Sines

West Side News

West Side News was a weekly newspaper published by the Wright Brothers. This paper, published in March 1889 through May of 1890, featured news from the west side of Dayton. The front page of this issue features an anecdote about the large feet of George Boone and a story about a young boy riding a "horse-car." Also included in this issue are national news, local news, humorous stories, and advertisements.


West Side News, August 24, 1889, Orville Wright, Edwin Sines Aug 1889

West Side News, August 24, 1889, Orville Wright, Edwin Sines

West Side News

West Side News was a weekly newspaper published by the Wright Brothers. This paper, published in March 1889 through May of 1890, featured news from the west side of Dayton. The front page of this issue features an anecdote about a servant and his master, a report on an Dr. Brown-Sequard's "Elixir of Life" being tested by H. P. Loomis in his laboratory, and more. On the third page there is a small obituary for the American mathematician Elias Loomis, as well as a write-up on the trial of prize fighter John L. Sullivan on the fourth page. Also ...