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ss for a long while, he had the reputation of standing A 1, and from a general knowledge of this fact does the surprise at the occurrence principally arise. In 1857 the firm of Bigelow, Ball & Knight failed, but they gave the excellent dividend of eighty cents on the dollar, and continued under the new title of Bigelow & Knight. So organized, the firm remained until a month or two ago, but recently Mr. Bigelow purchased the interest of his partner, (Mr. Samuel D. Knight, who resides at Cambridgeport,) and paid him with his own notes endorsed by a brother at the West. These Mr. Knight still holds, and there is at present the possibility, if not the probability, of his being one of the greatest sufferers. On Friday night last, on leaving the store, Mr. Bigelow told his book-keeper that he should return at 12 M. on the following day. The promise was not fulfilled, nor has he, up to the present time, made his appearance. As surprise began to be created at the store at his non-arr