Nacre (Nak-Ra'). A French word applied in the United States to decorated objects; as nacre porcelain, nacre ribbons. The word in the original French means a mother-of-pearl shell, and the application in the country signifies having an iridescence resembling that of the inner, polished portion of mother-of-pearl. [See Moire]

 

Cents

One pound middling cotton, delivered at mill ..............................

8 50

Waste.....................................................................

148

Labor.............

3 80

General expenses.....

2 08

"Standard" muslin weighs 2.85 yards to the pound.

15 86