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Bennett and Prentice. These two leaders of Yankee journalism have got to loggerheads, and are abusing each other without stint. No two fish women ever plied each other with more unsavory epithets. Bennett calls Prentice a whiskey bottle, and Prentice says Bennett has had so much leather worn out upon him in booting and cowPrentice a whiskey bottle, and Prentice says Bennett has had so much leather worn out upon him in booting and cowhiding that he is accurately acquainted with every kind of leather, and that his hide is fit for nothing but tanning. A fine exhibition they are making before the world of the dignity and decency of the United States press. What will the barbarous people of Europe think of such a set-to between the leading organs of the intelligPrentice says Bennett has had so much leather worn out upon him in booting and cowhiding that he is accurately acquainted with every kind of leather, and that his hide is fit for nothing but tanning. A fine exhibition they are making before the world of the dignity and decency of the United States press. What will the barbarous people of Europe think of such a set-to between the leading organs of the intelligence and virtues of "the most enlightened and virtuous people on the face of the earth?" Is there not danger that they will think them a nation of impostors and blackguards? No doubt each has spoken the truth of the other, but then to speak the truth in such language is beneath the dignity of Heaven-born American freemen. It sho