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Enjoined Again

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An injunction has been sought against the Ann Arbor street railway company to prevent them from building on Packard street. The petitioners are: Elizabeth A. Raffensberger, Edward H. Eberbach, William Wagner, Sedgwick Dean, Maria J. Jones, Charles W. Wagner, Jerusha P. Johnson, Nellie A. Lennon, Albert T. Bruegel, George Haller, Robert Campbell, Cornelia Kerr, James C. Wood, Catherine Mogk, and John M. Reinhart, who set forth that they own all the real estáte on Packard street, between Main and Fifth streets. They claim that their premises extend to the center of the street, and that the erection of the road would impair the comfort, the convenience and enjoyment of their homes, and " will endanger their lives and that of their families, as well as other persons having occasion to use said street, and will be a nuisance to your orators and the public generally," They set forth that they believe it is the intention of the company to use the wires to carry electricity to other streets.