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Mayor's Court. --The following cases occupied the Mayor's attention yesterday morning: Isaac, slave of Thomas Taylor, charged with stealing a horse, valued at $1,000, the property of David Boyd, was remanded for examination before the Hustings Court. The horse was stolen from a stable, near the corner of Seventh and Grace streets, on Sunday night. Watchmen Carter, Hix and Franklin, having reason to suspect that he was kept up in an unoccupied stable on Cary street, opposite the old gas works, set a watch upon the place, and about dark on Tuesday night detected Isaac coming out of the stable where the horse was. Upon questioning the accused, he stated that he had been employed to take care of Boyd's horse by a negro unknown to him; but his story was not believed. Louisa Holtzaple, a very good looking German woman, the proprietress of a grocery store near the New Market, was charged with having and receiving three bushels of corn and three bushels of wheat, stolen from