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In trouble. --Some weeks since a Louisiana soldier, named Wm. Douglas, had a portion of his bowels cut out by a comrade named Denis Maguire, at Maurice Dennis's saloon, near the Central Depot. Douglas recovered enough to go out, but never appeared against the prisoner. A few days since the Mayor secured the witness's attendance by putting him in jail. While there he made up his quarrel with Magnire, and on Saturday induced the Mayor to let him out on his promise to appear on Monday. When he left the jail he undertook to draw Maguire's subsistence money from the paymaster at Maguire's request. On being asked his name there, he replied, "Maguire," when the officials present arrested and carried him before the Mayor. In a very short time Douglas occupied his previous quarters, if not as a criminal, certainly as a party under suspicion.