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Prizes for skating. --The skaters at Lowell, Mass., male and female, contested on Saturday last, for several prizes offered at McFarlin's Park, with the following result: First prize for boys under fourteen years of age, half mile, was won by Master E. H. C. Plympton, in 1.45, 1.39, second prize by Master Chas. F. Young, in 1.47, 1.45. Mrs. Charles Johnson won the ladies' prize for the fastest skating, half-mile heats, in 2.07 and 2.08. Frank Parker took the first prize for gentlemen, mile heats, in 3.16, 3.26. For best fancy skating Edward Warren received the first prize.
acted in concert. Mr. Mason--"Do you mean that we consult" Mr. Douglas-- "Certainly not." He then remarked that by the refusal of Southern Senators to vote the Clark substitute was adopted in lien of the Crittenden resolutions. Mr. Johnson, of Arkansas, said he could not permit that statement to go abroad without correcting it. As compromises not adopted by a majority of both parties in the Senate would be useless, following the rule which governed the action of the Committee of Mr. Douglas said he could not know the motives of individual Senators. He only knew the refusal of certain of them to vote caused the adoption of Clark's substitute, and, upon that, dispatches were sent South that there was no hope. Mr. Johnson--"There was no deception in that. There is no hope." Mr. Douglas said he never would despair of the Union. Was could only lead to disunion and final separation. He was no reason why the difficulty could not be adjusted. The Senator fr