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voked murder. --On Saturday last. Coroner R. D. Sanxay, assisted by Deputy Constable Ragland, proceeded to hold an inquest over the remains of a man named Charles Cook, represented to be a member of Caskie's Rangers, whose dead body was found at he house of Mrs. Elizabeth Hubbard on Cary street, opposite the Columbian Hotel. 1 o'clock, sitting in the public parlor conversing with some of the inmates in an affable manner, when a man named Maguire entered the room unannounced, and seeing Cook, hastily advanced towards him, exclaiming "What is this you have been saying about met" and without giving him the benefit of a word of explanation. deliberately presented a heavy holster pistol at his victim's head, and the ball fulfilling its bloody mission, the brains of Cook were scattered, and he fell a corpse on the floor. In the confusion incident to a deed of such an appalling nature, the murderer made good his escape. It is conjectured that there had been a previous misunderstan