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Corner's request. --Alderman Sanxay summoned a jury yesterday, to inquire how, when, and by what means. Henry Cronin came to his death. The jury assembled at 12 o'clock--R. M. Allen; foremen, and Messrs. J. G. Taylor, W. J. Riddick, D. F. England, P. O'Brien, R. B. Stuton, M. G. Whitman, E. H. Simpson John W. Metter. W. L. Humphreys, E. W. Cone, and W. J. Irby, Jurors. James Clancey was in custody under suspicion of being the murderer. Capt. Wilkinson, of the night watch, testified. Last night between 11 and 12 o'clock, heard a cry for the watch and past to wards the spot, whence the cry proceeded, corner of Cary and 17th streets. When I got near, I saw a considerable crowd in front of the house of John Tiernay. I heard some one say, "He went into this house" So soon as I heard this, I made a half opposite Tiernay backyard gate, on 17th street. I saw, this gate opened a little, and a man look out dt. Directly, Clancey stepped out, on the side walk. I immediately we