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A Salient Paragraph. --A young damsel in Worcester, Mass., has written to the editor of the New York Tribune, "There's that Morrill tariff bill, it weighs on my mind heavily." And the gallant and fascinating editor of the Tribune relieves her tender anxiety by answering: "We assure our fair correspondent that the tariff is a very good one, and that there's not the slightest probability of its repeal."
A Salient Paragraph. --A young damsel in Worcester, Mass., has written to the editor of the New York Tribune, "There's that Morrill tariff bill, it weighs on my mind heavily." And the gallant and fascinating editor of the Tribune relieves her tender anxiety by answering: "We assure our fair correspondent that the tariff is a very good one, and that there's not the slightest probability of its repeal."