KOHL & MIDDLETON'S

KOHL & MIDDLETON'S

WEST  

SIDE

 DIME

MUSEUM.

 

 

WEEK BEGINNING NOV. 5.

HIS NECK BROKEN !

Doctors Amazed: The Public Astounded!

The Brakeman with a Broken Neck.

A LIVING EXCEPTION

OF THE
LAWS OF LIFE AND DEATH.

 

          He was thrown from the top of a car.

                  His neck was broken like a pipe stem.

TO-DAY HE IS ALIVE AND WELL

          A Seeming Anatomical Impossibly,

                     An Apparent Physiological Absurdity.

 

THE GREAT FRENCH MARIONETTES

FIRST TIME

ON THE WEST SIDE.

 

The Fairy Ballet,

See the Premier Danseuse.

Corps of Beautiful Coryphées.

Enchanting Transformations

 

 BURTON'S

$10,000 DOG CIRCUS.

 

Biggest Show on the West Side.

 

Above - Chicago Inter Ocean Newspaper - November 4, 1888.

 



 

Below - New York Times - Feb 26, 1888

 


  

 

 

 


September 28, 1891 Brooklyn Daily Eagle:

 

Milwaukee, Wis.Barney Baldwin, the dime museum freak, who is known as ‘the living man with the broken neck,’ attempted suicide here last evening by taking poison. He was removed to the Emergency Hospital and is in a fair way to recover.”


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