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Postponed. --The charge against William H. Travis, of shooting his wife with a past of on Monday night, was postponed by the Mayor till Friday next, on account of the condition of Mrs. T., and in order that further inquiries might be made into the case. One of the physicians in attendance on the wounded lady testified that she was doing very well, and he entertained no doubt of her recovery. The counsel for the accused seemed very anxious that His Honor should go into a partial hearing ies might be made into the case. One of the physicians in attendance on the wounded lady testified that she was doing very well, and he entertained no doubt of her recovery. The counsel for the accused seemed very anxious that His Honor should go into a partial hearing of the case, as he was satisfied it would be proven altogether an accident, and he might then claim ball for his client till the time fixed for the trial. The Mayor refused to do so, however, and remanded Travis back to jail.