BURLINGTON’S NEW ENGINE-HOUSE.
The Ethan Allen Engine Company, of the Burlington, Vt., Fire Department, has leased the entire third floor of the new Burritt building, on Church street, and fitted it up as quarters for the company. The floor is arranged with an arch and folding doors, so that it may be divided into two pleasant rooms or thrown into a spacious hall, sixty-four feet in length by twenty feet in width. The ceiling and walls are beautifully frescoed. The entire wood work is of native woods, mostly chestnut and black walnut. There are three chandeliers, of gold bronze, in handsome designs, with porcelain globes, banded with blue and buff. The floor is carpeted with elegant Brussels, whose shades are arranged to match the frescoing. The half is handsomely furnished with furniture manufactured especially for it. The Ethan Allen Company has good cause to feel proud of its new quarters.