Excerpt from The Sanitary News, Vol. 7: A Weekly Journal of Sanitary Science; November 7, 1885-April 24, 1886
The plumbers of Philadelphia are all very busy, completing an active year's business; they feel confident that the business of the coming year will be fully as large as this year's busi ness. Sanitary-matters will receive more atten tion, not only from plumbers, but from builders, architects and investors in building enterprises. There is a disposition prevailing to study and read up on sanitary science. Plumbers admit that too little attention has been devoted to the scientific side of their work. As to next year's business, the best informed say that a large amount of work is in sight, and there is every confidence expressed in a good year. The fra ternal feeling is developing and binds the trade together.
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