There is everything in selecting good material and procuring a good fit for a uniform to make a fireman look well dressed and smart. A poorly fitted suit is about the worst thing a progressive fireman should wear. An excellent fit and good material may be obtained by employing a reliable house to execute an order; while the cost will not be any more than if the order were given to a poor tailor and one who uses inferior goods. A very attractive and carefully compiled catalogue has been received at this office which gives much detail as to styles for firemen’s uniforms. They are of all makes, and the illustrations are so comprehensive as to enable any individual to order from the book. Frock and regular service uniforms are shown in a variety of patterns, while parade styles form a prominent portion of the designs shown. Pictures of helmets, helmet fronts, and fire caps are also given, besides a variety of novelties for all purposes. Those in need of equipments or contemplating the purchase of such will find it profitable to write to Henderson & Co., Eleventh and Race streets, Philadelphia, Pa., for one of these books.