Nashville, TN Fire, Jun 1883


A Disastrous Conflagration In the Business Part of the City.

NASHVILLE, June 27.--A fire this morning destroyed the building on the corner of Clark and Front streets, occupied by Deihl & Lord, beer bottlers, and Valentine & Co., chewing gun and prize package manufacturers, and partially destroyed the Woodward building adjoining destroyed by Phillips, Butlorff & Co., dealers in wooden and stone ware, and Handly, White & Co., druggists, whose stocks were partially destroyed and damaged by the water. The building occupied and damaged by the water. The building occupied by Deihl & Lord was owned by A. H. Rannier, of New York, was valued at $10,000, and insured for $5,000. Valentine & Co.'s loss in $20,000, and insurance $6,000. Diehl & Lord lose on stock and fixtures $6,000, insured for $3,500. Phillips, Butlorff & Co's loss is $6,000, and is insured for $5,000. Handly, White & Co's loss is covered by an insurance of $7,000.

The Atlanta Constitution, Atlanta, GA 28 June 1883