Kansas City, Nov. 8. - Returns from Kansas indícate a great falling off in ihe Populist vote. Cherokee county, which gave 1,700 majority for the Populista in 1802, and tíumner county, other Populist stronghold, have been carried by the Republicans. Crowley county, in which the vote was very close in 1892, has also gone Republican. Franklin. Butler, Browu, Osage and Geary counties are all carried by Republicans. Reno and Sedgwick counties have gbne Republican. Sedgwick, of which Wichita is the county seat, was carried by Populists last year. The entire Republican ticket is elected in Douglass county, Kan., by majorities ranging from 100 to 1,000. Dispatches from Kingman say the Populists have elected their ticket in Kingman county.