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ceased came there on Friday night, and was, at 11 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 be good his escape. It is conjectured that there had been a previous misunderstanding between the parties, but of its precise nature but little could be gleaned. Maguire, who was known t be stopping at a house on Broad street was sought after on Saturday ineffectually, but no doubt will be caught and brought to justice. The motives that induced the murder, so far as could be ascertained from the testimony of the witnesses, was malice and a desire on the part of Maguire to avenge himself for some supposed insult. This is the first deed of blood we have had to record for some weeks. The Coroner's jury were adjourned after hearing all the evidence available