14. In New York, a blacksmith’s shop is managed by three young women.
15. All the salted almonds sold by one of New York’s largest groceries are prepared by a woman, who is conducting a profitable business thereby.
16. A fact foundry — or an agency for supplying facts upon any subject at a short notice — is the industry of two Chicago damsels.
17. Packing trunks is a St Louis woman’s industry.
18. The most flourishing conservatory and rose garden in Elmira, NY, is owned and managed by a woman.
19. At the Young Women’s Christian Association, Philadelphia, two young women are in charge of the elevators.
20. Women writ-servers are employed with great success.
21. Buffalo boasts a woman contractor, who is also a quarry owner. She is the only feminine member of the building exchange.
22. A Jersey City woman makes her living by painting signs.
23. A Louisiana woman supports herself by raising mint plants.
24. The woman manager of a California insurance company is credited with the largest salary paid to any woman — $10,000 a year.
25. As agents for selling lawbooks, women occupy almost the entire field.
26. A pretty French-Canadian girl is making her bread by cobbling shoes at Lewiston, Me.
27. The most successful ranch-owner in Kansas is a woman, not over 35 years of age. There is a proverb to the effect that in Kansas there is no interest, no profession, no trade and no deal without a woman in it.