The ilag at half mast on the court house, the flrst of the week, told the public, of the death of Supervisor Thomas G. Burlingame, of Ann Arbor township. Mr. Burlingame had been in poor health for solne months, but his death, whicfa occurred Sunday morning, was not expected by his friends. He was a man of few words, a quiet man who went through life doing well that which his hands found to do. His was a life of action, not of words. He had several times been shown the appreciation of his works by his townsmen and their respect for his charaoter and his own popularity. He was elected highway commissionei by a large majority when the town was republican. For three terms he had served as supervisor, being electec by large and increasing majorities. He was born in Oneida county, N. Y. Oct. 25, 1841, and came with his fathei Peter N. Burlingame to Ann Arboi town in 1854. He was married in 1866 and his wife and two sons, William twenty years old, and Courtney, thir teen years old, survive him. The funeral servicas were held Tuesday forenoon and were attendec by very many friends, including the county oflicers and members of the board of supervisors.