A. Hegewisch - Jan 8, 1892
Wast Him' Removed. Charges that the appointment of A, Hege-wisch Hege-wisch Hege-wisch as receiver 61 the United States Rolling Stock Company was collusive and fraudulent are made in three Intervening petitions of creditors of the companj, r'ucb were filed in Judge' Blodgett's court yesterday, and the Court is asked to remove Hegewisch. The creditors and the amounts due them are as follows: A. L. Adams A Co., $4,035; A. F. Seeberger, $2,444.11; Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett A Co., $2,728.19. ' The petitions impeach impeach Hegewisch for improper conduct and as an improper and interested person, and that the certificates issued by the receiver be declared null and void, and if the affairs of the company be continued in the hands of a receiver, a proper and disinterested person be appointed in lieu of ' Hegewisch. Judge Blodget gave the receiver twenty days in which to answer the petition.