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Mayor's Court. --The following business was transacted in this Court on Saturday: Macklin, slave of H. J. Jennings, was charged with having in his possession a quantity of goods, valued at $5,477, stolen from M. L. Jacobson, and one side
om Machlin, one of the numerous negroes in this city who are permitted to do business on their own account.
On going to Macklin's shop, the officers found a lot of leather, which they thought he had no right to have, and thereupon took him under arrest.--Macklin denied having any other room than that in which he conducted the shoemaking and repairing business; but it was afterwards ascertained that he occupied one on the alley running between Main and Franklin and 13th and 14th streets. Thith mostly packed away in a fine leather trunk, marked "Charles Wenzell, M. D., Charleston, S. C." Before deciding the case, Macklin, by permission of the Mayor, stated that the room was not his; it was rented by a big yellow negro named Peter Clark, an