Slimer - Fraud Charge

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Slimer - Fraud Charge - Mar-chal A FAILURE In the Grocery Trade. Arand....
Mar-chal A FAILURE In the Grocery Trade. Arand. ScLnermeyer'& Hejker Make-an Make-an Make-an Assignment. Big Damages Asked Because of j Attachment Suits. Fraud Charred Ceorre Slimer's ,,, , , I aioca, transaction uenerai Court Matters. COTJKT CALLS. Following Is tha Court call for to-day. to-day. to-day. JTTXiE HUNT liraes vs.' Pullman Car Com pany will b rceuraed at 10 a. m. Xl'IXiE SMITH Mlnceilaneoua bualnera. JX'DOB MOORE TVayerly Reflnlne Company va Turner-Look Turner-Look Turner-Look t-r t-r t-r company la fur ea.u The Common Pleas, Pmoate ant Insolvency Court Judges will near miscellaneous buaineaa. jrrOE BrClltVALTEtt Also has for trial Erd- Erd- maa vs. Teuionia Building AaauclaUoa. Dull trade, slow collections and the pressure pressure of creditors fur their claims were the causes of the failure of a wholesale grocery firm yesterday morning. The firm was Arand, Schuermeyer & Heyker, doing busi ness at the southwest corner of Second and Main streets. The individual members of the firm were Frank Arand, HeniTf Schuermeyer, Schuermeyer, Matthew Heykur and Valentine J. Eien. Some years ago they bought out the old firm of 11. G. S-tahl S-tahl S-tahl & Co., which had done business in this city for years and successfully. The concern which failed yesterday had been doing a fair business during some years past, but the depression in business affected It, and the members of the firm did not have the capital sufficient to carry them over to a time when business would be better. Their collections were slow, and they could not on that account meet tbe obligations to their creditors, which were I being prcsed for payment. There was nothing left ror tnem to oo but assign, and that they did, to T. A. liruhL the attorney. Their assets were given aa f30.n), and the liabilities about the same. They gave the following prefer ences: Vm. H. llertwlg, executor, fS44; O. P. Heyker, I-Ol I-Ol I-Ol John Kahe. $2,012 60; Mathilda Bemer. H.3.-.1 H.3.-.1 H.3.-.1 W; Mary Faber, executrix, JS.724 62; Anna Wahle, 2.0W7s; John P. Noonan. I72S; J. I). Creed et al., executors, f 1.M7 OS; Jamfs Quatman, fiUS; Fourth National pank, f2.000; same. I1.SS7 04; the Shinkle. YTllaon Jt Kreis Company, ?l.-tTS ?l.-tTS ?l.-tTS mi; It. Morgenthau & Son. 4;;7 PI. The total of these Is f27. 4'.'1 Ph. Frank Arar.d gave a real estate mortgaira to Ixrula K. Arand for ?o,if. Ai-cordir.it Ai-cordir.it Ai-cordir.it to these fl-ure fl-ure fl-ure the liabilities, of the concern are far above HM),'). the .slirnee gave a lnd of ,....x. with U. J. Witte and Gualav l;rut.l as sureties. r-tnall r-tnall r-tnall Groccrv 1'ailurc. A. A. fs hwartx. a retail grocer at 71 Har- Har- non avenue, made an assignment yester day afternoon to Gustav It. Werner. The assets are S1.D00 and the liabilities about the same. A preference by ohattel mort- mort- I frage lor fl.or-'i fl.or-'i fl.or-'i was irtven to Henrietta f( hwartr. Dull trade and close competition Henrietta I wore tho caused. A l'ailnt or Order. Attorney Bymmca raised a "point of or- or- der" In the Superior Court yesterday morn tig, but four.d It was not well taken. When Judge Smith's Court was opened for busi ness Mr. Symmea objected to the trial of the case which was down for hearing, be- be- which he is attorney should have come first. He raised the "point of order" that the Court should taue ud his case first. Judtre Smith referred Mr. Symmea to the statutory provision that a Juiixe has the riKiit to take ut ann try any case lie may see nt without regard to order. The "point w as declared not well taken, as it were, nnd Mr. fcj tnmes was out of order niniseir. Itijr Damages Aikel. Stephen B. Howard filed suit In the Com mon Pleas Court yesterday against the Union Grain and Hay Company asking damages in the sum of elOO.OiO. This au;iion is n.ereauiL in uHiiunnin iipinn Ho want under a suit to collect a bill. The I attachment was dismissed, and Howard I says his business was injured by the action he waa attempting to cheat and defraud his creditors. He also sued for fl.luo on the attainment bona, liowani is a contractor I knowrTlrident of CummTnsVrilet He feel. keenly the charge made against his reputa- reputa- lion, wmcn nas always oeen or tne very best. Snita in Attachment. The Banner Leaf Tobacco Company filed two suits In attachment yesterday in the Superior Court against Frank A. Doebele and Charles Scultetus. They formerly did business as the Postal Leaf Tobacco Company. Company. The suits are for t2T2 85 and (472 10 on notes. It is alleged that Scultetus sold his interest in the company to Doehele. and the last named has disposed of the prop erty to his wife, Jennie Doelrele, with Intent to hinder nis creditors in tne collection of their claims. 1). Hemshelmer, attorney. George Kilmer's Dointrs. Gazzam Gano has sued the estate of George Ellmcr for 12.357 14. It is alleged that to secure a note tor (1.777 SO made by W m. J. Dunlap In 1S81. there was pledged awtar-s hares of the stock of tho Union Stock 147 s Yards Company, with authority to sell it If the note was not paid at maturity. The right in that held by Dunlap waa trans ferred to Mr. Gano. There remained due on the note IM04 8G. That amount was tendered tendered the administratrix of the Sllmer estate estate and the surrender of the stock demanded, demanded, but which was refused. It is charged that Wm. Sllmer did not cause the stock to be orrered tor sale, as required by the Dledire. but appropriated it and had new shares Issued in his name, they being now among the assets of hla estate. The stock was worth StiTti in the market on tbe day the demand for Its surrender was made. The amount for which Judgment ts asked Is the difference be'ween the market value of the stocK ana: tne amount due on the note. Outcalt, Granger & Hunt and A. li. Dun lap, attorneys. After the Money. Not long ago Albert Humphries got a ver dict and Judgment against Robert Simpson for over (2.000. Yesterday the National Lafayette Bank sued Humphries to enforce Judgment for (1.7t7 1 held egalnst him and S. W. Hoffman. It is sougnt to sub tect whatever may be due from Simpson to riumpnries to tne payment or in mphries to the aytnent of that Judg- Judg- menL Follett & Kelley, attorneys. Konsheim's Debts. The forgeries of William Ronshelm were recalled yesterday by an application In the Probate Court by the executors of Henry Tr. t.av o settle the claims mlnat R Mm ?hlr tat can b?hem. are for (7.0.SJ on notes to which the Indorse- Indorse- meni oi eamu a - e ao u-.y. u-.y. u-.y. oea lurgasu- lurgasu- a.nmini aiwoiu I

Clipped from The Cincinnati Enquirer09 Mar 1895, SatPage 16

The Cincinnati Enquirer (Cincinnati, Ohio)09 Mar 1895, SatPage 16
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