Messrs. Lincoln and Douglas.


Tuesday, August 10, 1858.

The Courier, we notice, with a number of other papers of that faction, are exceedingly troubled because Mr. Lincoln will persist in addressing the people in common with Mr. Douglas, and routing him from every false position that he assumes. We are glad to see this fluttering. It shows that Lincoln's shots are taking good effect. He should answer Douglas at every turn, and we shall see how much the latter makes by his sophistry and misrepresentation. As for such trash as that of the Courier is the article referred to about Lincoln, it is of that quality that it falls to pieces naturally, and requires no extended notice.