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 - . - treaty. TEXAS TOPICS. Death ef a New...
. - treaty. TEXAS TOPICS. Death ef a New Orleans Bey, Whose Life was it Kemaaee Men Charged with Marker Turned L.i. jSPEdaX. TO TEX PTCATTT5X.1 P Ait AVroxro. Jan. 22. George Orandjcan bead clerk.nt Hord's Hotel, died this evening from small pox, after an illness of five days. He was one of tbe best known clerks In the state. The yewng maav was taken from a New Orleti na asytum and rairedby Col. J W. Thompson. Representative in the Legislature from this city. It was only recently that his identity 'was established and his father. LouiaUrandjean, ot New Orleans, learned of his being in the land of the living. He - was discovered by hi a cousin, Louis Grandjean. son of the captain of the - Babeock Corps. Young Louis Grandjean came to San Antonio for hie health, he being at the time consumptive. Registering his name at the hotel, the similarity of name to his own attracted the attention of the hotel clerk, and on com pa ring notes they discovered that they were cousins. The father, Louis tirandjean, Sr., waa notified of the strange discovery of hi a long - lost ton, and wrote to him. Visits were made and returned, but George Grand jean could not be induced to leave the home of his adoption. A singular coincidence is that Louts Grandjean. cousin of George, and through whom the discovery waa made, died at Fasa i Christian, Mia eleaipph a week ago. ; Major Geo. Coolbaogh, until recently con -

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  1. The Times-Picayune,
  2. 23 Jan 1883, Tue,
  3. [First Edition],
  4. Page 1

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