Death of George Slimer

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and aad 1'a-claod. 1'a-claod. here baa 1 were: O. It Saw - New Oopsnbelraar.- of I well- well- that tbesa more acme ia lb cen- cen- feeling the ines tha of nincb iater- iater- war are about secreey rather pnp- pnp- city Army Chliil- Chliil- Re Flea sen that of action. of of that been appear F. C, G. yes They Surety on & to re shipping has t.ai. as Vi-ep Vi-ep Vi-ep at day The wre financial than It ia have of the one f every unotR American on the of iiow a-eta a-eta J1o.jUU.00U. stock tbecum-puny tbecum-puny to pre- pre- reoraani-7titu reoraani-7titu working About badacenfef- canal. and large CALLED Without a Homeot's Warning UDClS George Slimer Dies cf Heart Failure. t m,. Vna U'1.51- U'1.51- OWtU. in wiu vaiurj nuiic uiinu a Chair. Sadden Clcse of a Remarkable Career. ' . B Was JlilUaaire Wfco BfffaB Life With Xothinr tut Tlafk Hit Life The Heirt "Uncle" George .Elioier. wbo for many years baa been one of tbe best known mem ber of the Chamber of Commerce, and. tbroosb his business integrity has become a millionaire, ia dead. Ilia death came I unexpectedly and Terr suddenly at J:15 yesterday afternoon. The old gentleman bas been onwell for several months, being to weak to get around among big long-time long-time long-time business associates, save on a few occasioncDaring tbe past few weeks his Illness, while not particularly alarming, seemed to tell more aad more on bis strength. Yesterday afternoon, however, be seemed stronger than usual, end expressed a desire to gi to his office, which for many years has been at John and Livimtstan streets. HI SIX ST aoxa T1MX TUBag And met several of his business associates snd friends, who; congratulated bim on his heme aula to get out of the bona. About 3 o'clock he started home to bis residence at the north-west north-west north-west corner of Findlay and Elm ktreets. His eon Gerge. Jr.. a few minutes niter his father had left th office, wa sur prised to receive a telepnon message that his father was dead. The riews was eo sud den and unexpected that its truth was at lirU doubted, but upoa going home tbe trntb was learned his father bad died sitting in h'schsir. Heart fi lar was th caun as. turned. It seems that upon returning from his office Mr. Slimer complained to bis wife of feeling ill. and took a chair in th sitting- sitting- room. A moment or so aft sitting down tha old gentleman expired. Ne one was be ide bim at the time rave bis 'faiibful wife, His death was a sad shock to the family par ticularly, comings os it did. His children were nouheU as toon as possible, and all of them, save a daughter. Mrs. Joseph Adams. wh- wh- resides in Wilmington, Ohio, responded. In the death of '"nSCLE Or.OKGE SLIMSB Cincinnati loses a cbaraoteristic personags wbo has been known in certain business cir clet for half a century. He was rather ec centric, bo strictly boo tat. an 1 his buainess ahilitr Is attested t v the fact that ha left an rftate nrtn over tl.COXCOu. He received the name l nrie" oeorge by M associates on 'Clionee. where ne wss a daily visiter for manv vi-ar. vi-ar. vi-ar. 1 he lat. lime lie was on th ttoor mas si veral months o. when he visil ed the hamtw with his son George. Jr. He a beariilv weii:on el I) I those who knew l;im. and toon an active interest in everything, everything, lie was born in N ierberebrunn. Alsnce. now in the tiermau F.mpire. teveniy- teveniy- thre years sl'O. and eo to America vmh hi narent in lL II is father wiin six flhil- flhil- Iren lauoed at New Orleans and secured em ployment on a plantation. Nwn alteram ing here the vellcw fever attacked tbe lam ily. and ell. save meson (je'irg. were carried . lie was toe single aurvivor. and lrom that time on hisnislury was Interesting bkgisniko Line's STP.L'OOLBS t'nrter a clnnd of familv miflfortnne. the roung man declared he would be successful. and bow well bis desire as earrnrd out i shown by his succe.". Mibsnqueiit to the sai ate oi nis ramiiv. iir. Mimer came to i in- in- cinnnti. and was s -on -on ideutitied with the conereeHtiiin of St. teter's Church, ioiaing hat t liurch under the rectorship d t artar Hsiuser in 1833. but m 1MI1 he linked tin fori. i-es i-es i-es With tne cougr'guliori ul M. Jonn s. In IH44 he - wtidel in Miss I.uuiia Knhn. She "as also a member of M. John's congre- congre- Kation. lnev were inarrwd by ra-tor ra-tor ra-tor Kroei: he has Ur n a devout menner ottlie Uli Society. 1 it children are Ceorue. J r.. V ul- ul- laoi, Anfciij. Amanda and hlieu. 1 he oauKhter :'-llen :'-llen :'-llen is tiie wita of Mi.. Henrv Vuhlhauser. .Ir the well-known well-known well-known brewer ol his rity. tvbile the other daughter. Ameus, x weded to Mr. Joeenh Adams, ol Winning. ton. Ohio. A third eister. A manews still tit home, while the two sor: William and (teurge, Jr.. are also in this city. TUB LATTEB IS WELL tJO In business circles and la a reaular visitor on Cliantf The MmnuBiLilnt of murh .t li: falber s business has devolved on the son Ueorse. M r. Mimer was identihed with tn stock-y stock-y stock-y anl business for many years. He wan one of the founders of the Mimer & Hater Stock-Yards Stock-Yards Stock-Yards Coin pa nr. St Clif'on and Vine streets: was in mrested m porx-parking porx-parking porx-parking to a irira.ient: had lor almost (if ir years con-tml con-tml con-tml led a big store at No. 43 Public Landing, wberea vast uuuntity of meat and 01 her sop-pi sop-pi sop-pi its for river and s tea ry boat men were sold. was interesieo ror vearin toe t.inrinna;i Cmtoi Sloek-Yftrds Sloek-Yftrds Sloek-Yftrds and ideiiLitied in variou other ways with business matters whieh generally generally proved remunerative I" bim. The es tate u a very iara one. He will be muvsed on t.haiiK and in the business como unity he helped largely to build up and among a large ntimoer of acquaintances and person.tl frtemls. lHs familv physician for years, and who vueillii in veaterdav. is T)r. e.hs-air. e.hs-air. e.hs-air. mever. of No. fi65 Kim srreet. Cndertaaer Joseph Pchriebsr. of I'.ace street, has charge of th remains. I bo date of the funeral was un settled last hisut at a late hour.. FREIGHT RATES. , He wa four wnb was ten f C. of cer-ain tbey nil tbe to did tli bom-son the I of t O

Clipped from The Cincinnati Enquirer18 May 1893, ThuPage 4

The Cincinnati Enquirer (Cincinnati, Ohio)18 May 1893, ThuPage 4
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