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Mayor's Court. --The following cases were disposed of by the Mayor Saturday morning: Peter, the property of Albert Pulliam, arrested on Friday night on the charge of stealing pig iron from the Richmond and Danville railroad, appeared before His Doner for examination; but, owing to the absence of testimony, the case was postponed till this morning. A youth named William Winston, arrested for stealing from the smoke house of James W. Turner, on Friday last, a shoulder of bacon, appeared to answer the complaint. At the conclusion of the evidence, Winston was directed to be taken to the Provost Marshal. The examination of witnesses against Henry, the property of John N. Goddin, charged with stealing, some time since, five kegs of lard from John O'Neal, proved the justice of the complaint, whereupon the Mayor remanded the accused to be further examined before the Hustings Court. Peter and Raymond, negro boys, arrested in the house on Main street, said to have been