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Toronto Believes In Sunday

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Day
14
Month
September
Year
1882
Copyright
Public Domain
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Toronto keeps Sunday in a more rigidly quiet way than any other city of its size on this continent. The street cars do not run, the bootblack boys are not on duty, and all the telegraph offices are closed except the central one, where one man remains all day to attend to important messages. The cab stands are deserted, and anybody who wants a vehicle and team must go to tne livery stable. The drug stores are open at certain hours, and that only for the sale of medicines. The liquor shops close at 7 on Saturday evening, and remain closed untü 5 on Monday morning. A Boston man has sued the captain of an excursión steamer that failed to start on time.

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Old News
Ann Arbor Democrat