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Mrs. Travis appeared in Court, looking pale and weak, and occupied a seat in a chair during the progress of the examination. The first witness called was officer John D. Perrin, who stated that on the evening that the shooting occurred he was standing near Travis's place of business, when he first approached by a little negro boyt was altogether an accident, and heard Mrs. T. say, "Henry, that's always the way with you; you never do drink anything but what you go to fooling with pistols." Perrin, finding Mrs. T. in a very nervous state of mind, thought it best to take her husband away, and therefore carried him to the watch-house. Travis seemed much diste in P.'s custody, and several times asserted that it was an accident. His hand was very much burnt from the discharge of the pistol. At the conclusion of Mr. Perrin's testimony Mrs. Travis was sworn, and entirely exonerated her husband from any intention to harm her. She said he had the pistol in his hand and was in the act