Ihe scheme of the street railroad resurrectionists, is to construct two loops in the system. One will traverse Hill, to E. University; thence to Monroe, to State, and State to William. The second loop will go by the fair ground, and back by Forest avenue to Packard. It seems as though these loops would do business profitably. It is confidently hoped, from the nature of the proceedings now in hand, that the. expected awakening will prove something more than a beautiful hot weather delirium, and that the Lazarine corpse, which for weeks has seemed so terribly dead as to suggest the attention of the health board, will come forth, purged of its mortality, sins and saucy motor men, and become what it should, the pet of the town and the profit of the bondholders. Get out your cars and touch the button, gentlemen!