Browsing named entities in a specific section of The Daily Dispatch: November 15, 1860., [Electronic resource]. Search the whole document.
Found 17 total hits in 11 results.
The Fatal fire at Buffalo. --The destruction by fire of the Clarendon Hotel, at Buffalo, N. Y., on the night of the 9th instant, has been noticed by telegraph. It was the result of using camphene, the watchman having, while going his rounds, dropped his lamp and then fled from the blaze. The loss is estimated at $95,000. The Commercial says: The most terrible feature of the night's disasters, however, is the loss of human life; two well-known citizens being among the lost. Mr. H. L. Chamberlain, of the firm of Rowe & Chamberlain, oyster dealers, on Washington street, who boarded at the Clarendon, and whose room was in the fifth story, was awakened too late to make his escape by the stairs, and in his terror, as it is supposed, leaped from his window, on the Main street side, to the payment below, by which he was so horribly crushed and mangled that, having been removed to Mathews' drug store, he died, after lingering in unspeakable agony for about half an hour. It is pr