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; but I wrote savagely back that ruin was Heaven compared to absence from--, and there I stopped, because the carriage waited for me to take my angel to ride. Dick pondered over the blank, but considered I must be engaged in some speculation and wrote warning letters accordingly. Pink silk and roses, blue silk and forgetelic temper. I should see the sweet smile that always greeted me, and again be-in Elysium. Ah, me! I could not call until the following morning; then I left Dick groaning over neglected Western customers, and went home, donned my white suit of linen, with a narrow, black neck-lie, smoothed my bluest shirt over my broad chesdoor, darkness came again over the parlor, and I was alone. I fell out of love as rapidly as I had fallen into it, and took my white suit and blasted hopes out of the front door. Dick is delighted, vows I am as thorough a business man as himself, and I have almost resolved to retain him as my only partner through life.