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'History is Philosophy Teachl Mg by Examples." 1866-1900. It said, "The rogues are having their own way to their hearts' content." For weeks before the next election both sides — the ad- ministration and the reformers — conducted an active canvass. These amendments were ac- cepted by the Indians on September 21, 1866, and the treaty as thus amended was pro- claimed by the President and became operative January 21, 1867. They were allowed to remain under Government protection over night, and the next day they started for their homes under an escort to protect them outside of the limits, where they were likely to be molested by any of the troops. Aged 11 years, 7 months, 27 days." It will be noticed that in the name, as cut on this stone, there is' no xi.'. In this home Ephraim Doudna opened tlie first store in town. The cemetery associa- tion was incorporated in June, 1883, with L. Bedell president, and George Eddington secretary and superintendent. On April 12, 1869, on petition of her citi- zens, the probate judge made an order incor- porating the town of Chetopa, and appointed William Gage, Leander Brown, M. During the night one of the soldiers' exchanged an old broken-down horse for Dr. Several years ago the stone was broken down, and is now in the possession of the County Historical Society. The early white settlers continued to use this hurving-ground for a vear or two after the settlement commenced in 1865. "Nelson Case, Esq., Osz^'cao, Kansas — De.\r Sir : I will try and give you all the in- formation I can in regard to the old place. but from the best information I can gather there were 100 acres on the place where the town now stands, and if my memorv ser\-es me right, there were 30 acres in the bottom. He had a small stock of goods consisting of dry goods, groceries and provisions. In February of 1867 Willoughby Doudna, who had a sawmill on the east side of the Neo- sho River, just above the mouth of Canville Creek, in Neosho county, moved it to Chetopa and located it on the west side of the Neosho near the foot of Maple street as afterwards lo- cated. "I found five white, or partially white, fam- ilies there when I arrived. It was completed and opened for guests that fall, under the name of the Chetopa House, and was the first building erected exclusively for a hotel. This was built in the fall, and ready for operation the first of December. They were the widow Tianna Rogers and family, consisting of four sons and three daughters, all grown, li\-ing about one mile north of Chetopa ; Will- iam Blythe, whose wife was a white woman; Finchel JNIonroe, who had a white wife; Dan- iel Hopkins, a white man with a Clierokee wife; and a white man named Tucker, who had a Cherokee wife. In the 'Bachelors' Hall" or "Cabinet Shop" above referred to, in September this year, was opened the first Sunday sdhool in town, with G. They sent out a large amount of house-furnishing material and furniture to ad- jacent counties and neighboring towns. Dur- sham started a drug store, which he conducted in connection with his professional practice. Crichton walked into town as the vanguard of a long line of attor- neys who were to grace the bar at that place, and during the early summer he put up a two- story frame building on the north side of Maple AND REPRESENTATIVE CITIZENS. The company or- ganized by the election of George Lisle presi- dent and Willoughby Doudna secretary. Lisle's animal, which was in much better condition, and it took a peremptory order from Colonel Blunt to induce him to deliver to the Doctor his horse when he was ready to start home. The following letter from the son of John Mathews is of interest, not only because of the information it contains, but also because coming from one of the first children born to a white parent on the present site of Oswego. It was called Little Town as far liack as I can recollect. The stream west of town ,was' named by the Osagei : thev called it En-gru-scah-op-pa, which means some kind of animal; then the French called it La Bette. '•I do not know what white men settled near our place, liut I can find out from my sis'- ter. From the best information I can find out, the place was settled by a man by the name of Augustos HISTORY OF LABETTE COUNTY Chautau, in the year 1843, who sold it to my father, wlio started a trading-post tliere in the year 1849. Soon after this a man by the name of Hoffman built a cabin and blacksmith shop south of where Maple street now is, and between Second and Third streets. Shay were two of the judges of this election, and S. He began sawing on February 20th, and had a buhr for grinding corn in operation the fore part of May. Reed operated this mill, sawed the first tree made into boards in Chetopa, and during the spring built the first frame house that was erected in town. From this time on frame houses made of native lumber began to be built where before either the log or "shake" shanties had been made to answer. — A lodge of this order was or- ganized May 9, 1883. On September 13, 1869, a meeting was held in Spaulding's Hall to consider the matter of a cemetery.
He got water from the spring at the intersection of Fourth avenue and Union street. He had for his wife a full-blooded Osage, and raised a large family of children. The first white settler within the pres- ent corporate limits of Chetopa of whom I have any account was John Mc Murtry, who lived at a point on the Neosho River at or near where the west end of the Neosho bridge is now located. Some time between August i6th and December 8th, 1869, H. A Republi- can caucus had previously been held, and nom- inated S.
These build- ings stood partly on what is now block 61, and extended north across Fourth avfenue and on to block 60.
They were used by him as a resi- dence, a place where travelers were entertained, for his store and warehouse, and for the care of his stock.
After making some surveys in the Territory, the party;_ returned, and on Decem- ber 14th were again at White Hair's village. "I came to what is now Labette county on January 17, 1847, ^"^1 established a trading- post at the pijint where Chetopa now stands. About the same time a small cabin was erected on the southwest corner of First and Maple streets and called "Bache- lors' Hall," or the "Cabinet Shop." That sum- mer Z. In this store, from the first, was kept the postoffice. As several of the then residents of Chetopa had settled there before the war, they were able to enter their lands under the 4th article of the treaty with the Osages of September 29, 1865. George Lisle entered the southeast quarter of section 34, \^illoughby Doudna and George Hanson part of section 35. W.— A lodge of the United Work- men was organized December 17, 1879, with J.
He again speaks cf crossing the Neosho into the principal village of the Osages on June 30, on his way to Fort Gibson to establish cer- tain boundaries between Indian tribes. The date of settlement of the first wliite person in this county is unknown; whether it was John }ilathews or some of the parties in the neighborhood of Chetopa, I cannot say. I came here from Spring Place, Murray county, Georgia. Thus the first building erected upon the town-site contained not only the first store, but also the first post- office. The lands thus entered embraced the site of Chetopa, and so much as was within the limits of what was intended for the town was deeded to the town company. In the spring of this year the California House was erected, on the northeast corner of Maple and Third streets.