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Mayor's Court. --The cases before the Mayer yesterday were few in number and of very trivial character. His Honor was not long in disposing of them. Henry Crourth was summoned to show cause why he should not be fined for permitting a cord of wood to remain in the street in front of his residence for several days just. Crouch acknowledged the existence of the nuisance, but denied that it belonged to him. The Mayor then ordered his officers to have the wood hauled away and sold for the benefit of the city treasury, if no owner could be found for it. A white man, named Andrew J. Sheppard, was made to pay a fine of $1 as a punishment for indulging too freely in "read-eye" whiskey, and trespassing upon the premises of J. Dooley. A soldier, named Thomas Boister, arraigned for drunkenness and interfering with persons in the street, was sent to the Provost Marshal under an escort of one of the Mayer's police. A does of twenty lashes was ordered to be bestowed upon t