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Aira Arbob, Qot 31, 1890. Ed. Courier: Ann Arbor 6hould bc roiul of her new strcet railway. It is a uceess. Who now of the niany "kickrs" would ask to have it discontinued 't Vhy was it that some of our prominent itiznna oppoacd is so vlitorously ? Did liey all own livery atables and backs, nd expect it would kill the luick business? The writer consideis it a great adyantage to have the railway pass a resilence. No one one on Woodward ave., etroit, or the fashionable streets of any oitv would have the service dlscontinued. The facts are that when a line la introluced In a city, and does not pay, tlie eoplo fight to prevent its abandonmenr. fhere is one section of this city wliicli now needs it badly, that ncar Monroe, S. 12th and the Hill propcrty. It would ay the company well to put a loop line aronnd llie etreets of this locality. Almoat every person visitlng Ann Arbor would Uien talie a ride around tuis Unvn. iext gutnmcr with open cars the road with tliis loop line would have thousands of patrĂ³n?, as a ride on an open car is ar more pleasant than by any other conveyance. But the line should be juslied through and service begun before ivin ter. Yours lor progress,


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