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age. The application of Zebulon Boon for his discharge from the military service, on the ground of his being a mail contractor, was granted. A writ of habeas corpus was awarded H. T. Fairick, who applies for his discharge from service because of being a mail contractor, which will be heard on Saturday. The case of John T. Horton was continued until the 11th inst. Julius Jobe was released from custody on $5,000 bail to appear for a hearing, upon his application for a discharge from the military service, on Saturday. Michael Roseberry, who applied for his discharge, was released; but immediately recommitted upon a warrant from Commissioner Watson, on account of informality in the case. The application of James Johnson, charged with disloyalty; was continued until to-day. The application of Frank Livingston, who claims to be a commissioned officer in Major C. C. Callan's cavalry, and therefore not liable to conscription, was continued until Saturday.