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orded him no opportunity for defence. What good Mr. Conkling asked, had the committee done to affect the harmearthed at the time they pretended to dig it up. Mr. Conkling the Speaker what time remained to him. The Mr. Washburne (Rep) of Illinois-- to that. Mr. Conkling--I knew that, and do you know how I know it? Bease. Mr. Washburne rose to reply, when Mr. Conkling called the member to order Mr. Washburne (espeaker demanded the preservation of order. Mr. Conkling--The member from Illinois understands the rules xcitedly)--Yes, sir, and I am ready for it. Mr. Conkling--No individual in this House better known than tthere is no necessity for any interruption here, Mr. Conkling, in the course of his remarks, said he regarded e called a painful from the extraordinary member (Conkling) from New York, who has attacked the committee forr took anything for travelling expenses. If he (Mr. Conkling) knew anything he must know that his statement w