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Mayor's Court.

--The case of Wm. N. Miller, charged with obtaining goods and money from King & Lambeth, and that of Frank Tormey, for conspiring with Miller, were to have been further investigated yesterday, but, owing to the sickness of counsel, a postponement to Thursday was ordered.

Louisa Sunderland was up for stealing a quantity of bed clothing from Jos. H. Crenshaw, but the case was continued until to-morrow.

John Franco, arrested for breaking down a plank partition which separated his apartment from that of Mary Wiley, was discharged from custody, after a long and patient investigation.

Thos. Phillips and Dominic Francesco were fined for keeping their bar-rooms open on Sunday. Similar charges against John Reinhart, and Charles J. Krause, and one against Dennis D. Sullivan, for keeping his bar-room open after 10 o'clock at night, were continued.

A few cases of drunkenness were disposed of in the usual way.

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