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last, Miss Mary Harris, of Chicago, killed Mr. Burroughs, a clerk in the Treasury Department, by shde after her arrest to a reporter, says that Burroughs had promised to marry her, and she killed hi had been nothing improper between her and Mr. Burroughs. Accepting the above to be true, the ng to give. From them we learned that Mr. Burroughs was the brother of Dr. Burroughs, PresidenDr. Burroughs, President of the Douglas College, a Baptist seminary, at Chicago; that he did beside for a considerable timnary at Chicago. They also State that Mr. Burroughs frequently told Miss Harris that he could eived. We are also informed that when Mr. Burroughs started to go to Chicago to be married, inith whom she had her home in Chicago. Mrs. Burroughs yesterday stated that about twelve months ago Mr. Burroughs received, through the mail, a strange newspaper, in which was a marriage notice mMiss Mary G. Harris, of Burlington, Iowa," Mr. Burroughs, upon reading it, said "he was glad to lea[1 more...]