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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 of sole leather, a sheepskin, and one box of candles, supposed to have been stolen from some person unknown. Watchman Marcellus Hicks and Capt. J. B. Pleasants over hauled a negro man named Robert Smith, on Friday morning, with a side of leather, whi of fine mourning calico, two pieces of brown linen, about one hundred yards of fine alpaca, one piece of checked domestic cloth, one piece of linen handkerchiefs, one box of candles, &c. The goods recovered were identified before the Mayor by Mr. Jacobson as part of the lot stolen from his dry goods store, No. 87 Main street, about two weeks since. They were mostly packed away in a fine leather trunk, marked "Charles Wenzell, M. D., Charleston, S. C." Before deciding the case, Macklin, by perm