ding on the street.
Among them is the range of brick dwellings of W. P. Shingler, valued at $10,000, and insured in the Charleston Insurance and Trust Company for $3,500.
The other principal sufferers in this street were as follows:
W. Y. Leitch, residence adjoining the Cathedral.
House, furniture and clothing all destroyed.
House insured in the Charleston Insurance and Trust Company for $6,200.
Dwelling of Mrs. Louisa Belser, owned and occupied by Mrs. Belser.
Henrietta White, dwelling destroyed, also the following dwellings:
Dwelling of Capt. Thomas Surtis.
Dwelling of Miss Gracia Bay, occupied by Mrs. C. Mathews.
Dwelling of Mrs. Berry and children.
Dwelling of Miss Mackey.
Dwelling of Mrs. S. F. Wilson.
Dwelling of Mrs. Cohen.
Dwelling of Mrs. Holmes.
Dwelling of Miss E. Pringle.
Dwelling of R. W. Cogdell, occupied by W. T. White.
Dwelling of Michael Welsh.
Dwelling of T. O'Brien, belonging to trust e