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Mayor's Court. --A large number of cases were docketed in this Court yesterday, of which the following is a list of the most interesting: James R. Shumaker, who has been in jail some three or four weeks, charged with having in his possession a horse stolen from some person unknown, was brought up for a hearing. The case has been called and postponed from time to time since his arrest, in order that some claimant to the animal might present himself, which contingency has at last been
e minutes afterwards he returned to the spot, but the man and his horse were both missing.
From that time till a day or two since, when he first heard of the prisoner's arrest, he received no information of his stolen property.
The horse which Shumaker had, and which has been in the hands of the police ever since his arrest, he fully identified as his own property, and believed that the prisoner was the man to whom he had been entrusted.
The Mayor remanded the accused for examination before t