nsion of Dr. Pritchard; entirely consumed; partially insured.
McCabe & Hanckel's State Cotton Press.
Value of building and machinery $90,000. At the time of conflagration there was 300,000 pounds of Sea Island cotton in the seed, worth about $15,000, and belonging to Edisto and John's Island planters.
No insurance on the cotton.
Cotton Press insured for $23,000. Also, 52 bales Upland cotton covered by insurance.
Two story wooden house, owned by estate of Margaret Munro, occupied by Henry Jaccobson.
Two story wooden dwelling, owned by James Thompson, and occupied by H. Goodman. Two story wooden dwelling, owned by same, and occupied by John Antony.
Three story brick basement house, owned by the estate of James Marsh, and occupied by Adeline Galliot and John Sullivan.
Two and a half story house, owned by Mr. E. Bull, and occupied by the same.
West Side.--Three story brick mansion, owned and occupied by Miss Harriet Pinckney. Three story brick residence, owned by M. D. Hyams,