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ast succeeded in capturing Captain John Gurley, the murderer of General McCook. He has been sent North to be tried, where it is hoped he willt and most energetic officers in the Southern army. His killing Gen. McCook was perfectly honorable and strictly in accordance with the ruleso famous among all honorable men, and so hated by the Yankees. Gen. McCook had pressed a carriage and horses from a Southern rights gentlemptain Gurley attacked the guard and drove them off, and demanded Gen. McCook to surrender, and, on his refusal to do so, he shot him. He was me astonishment at his ignorance, "Why, sir, that is the great Major Dan McCook, the father of the 'fighting McCooks;' I supposed everybody knew Major McCook" "Then," says Dr. Miller, "if he goes following too close to Morgan he will get something he didn't want" A few days afteed with the unholy raid of the thieving Morgan is the death of Major Dan McCook. He was killed near Burlington Island by one of the horse thi