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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 January 1895

m "'jr ' r w. i,' i it ';niwi'WUlii'la ';'f"':'.,'""i,i" "i-wnw wpf wTr'''"l m"'..""'t-i"'i,.:' ; "i." ,htttv' VOL. VII NO. 1. $1.00 A IKAB. TOPEKA, KANSAS, JANUARY 2, 1895. OFFICl iJTATE PAPER. OPPOSED TO SOCIALISM, YET THINKS HE SEES IT COM ING BAPIDLY. Carroll D. Wright Galls Attention to ; Som8 Important Political Changes i Now Taking Plica. New York, Dao. 27. At ths meeting of the American Ejonomio association in New York thia morning, Cirroll D. Wright, Uaited States commissioner o! labor, made the principal address, is which he eaid: "The great strike which occurred at Chicago ia Jane and July was, in reality, a combination uf atrika and boycott, and was an,-epochal event, because it em Phisfzsd certain principles which are cow recognized as esbential in the government management and operation ct railroads. It was also for other rea sons. It demonstrated to the satisfac tion of the public at large the right and i power of the federal government to send troops into a state for...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 January 1895

(". Tlie Advo o ate. - 1 ' ) A PA1E OF CRAMS. By II. M. GI2EENE. CHAPTER XVI. RECOMPENSE AND RETRIBUTION. The burning of the Hope mill wa3 soon forgotten, and long i efore a new building, the duplicate of the former one, arose on its site, popular gossip had ceased to chew the cud of the event, and had begun to ruminate upon a fresher and more salacious morsel or news. Watson, the old foreman, found himself bo coldly treated by the people of the community and even by the management ot the factory that he did not wait for the opening of the new mill to apply for a position, but sought other employment. It was a season of Jarge and often reckless investments in (estern real estate, and Wataon found number of newly-organized com panies into which he was welcomed as u riirertnr. Pusflincr these offers, he accepted the position of general agent of the Golden Rule Mortgage and In vestment company with headquarters at Omaha, lie was expected to inter est Eastern people in the unexampled ad...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 January 1895

Tlie Advocate. Humph," she snarled, "r-eyou back?" And then the conventional saw of the bad penny tangled itself hopelessly into some other problem, and she lapsed into the usual helpless, hopeless imbecility. The old man had written repeatedly and at times enclosed money, letters and remittances falling into the hands of Watson's creatures, a3 they ascertained afterward. He had sought in many waystoearn funds to relieve the poverty of the family he so ardently loved, and at last, most un expectedly succeeded. Mr. Bristol, the owner of the Hope mills, in his later years acknowledged the debt to which he had succeeded, and tlnding a considerable sum set apart by the former owner as representing money found on the site of the mill, respected the claim of Habakkuk, and left the entire amount with accruing interest, in his will, to Mr. Shrouds. With this amount the latter had re turned and hunted up the family to whose welfare he dedicated the whole. Eegretting, naturally, that the thou...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 January 1895

Tlio Advooato. JA Wst AND TOPEKA TEIBUNE. OFFICIAL STATE PAPER. u. i. p. A.. PcBusnKD Evert Wednesday bt IHE IDVOCATE PUBLISHING CO.. Rooms 43 and 45 Columbian B'ldg, TO Pi KA, - - KANSAS. 01.00 PER YEAU. ADVERTISING BATES. Sinffle Insertion: Display matter, 15 cents per exata lino, (14 linen to Inch). Reading notices, SO centi er line, (count line) - Covy or electro should reach this office Mon day morning to Insure Insertion In following Flectroa mut have metal base, 13-em colamna " inches). ( Ind'pt Bnral Prf 8 Aoao'n, liauu UJJUVAI r. u van n gr, i i ( Buyce blag. tored at the potofflce at Topeka, Kansas, as second class matter. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2. 1895. I' Tub more the new currency propo sitions are discussed, the more the p?ople believe in fiat money. Cleveland's treachery and Car- eVa imbecility are the subjects of 1 1 ucuxsion in aemocrauo caucuses. Now and then an old-timer sticks 13 head out of the cyclone cellar, Wre he has been for mouths, and qaks "tariff." :a control...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 January 1895

im. Tlio .dvoocito. large amounl of money withheld from cir culation that otherwise would be eireided by the gamblers in the neoeesariea and lax. uries, to that extent the suppression of gambling has mads hard times in Denver, and I have never hesitated to acknowledge toy full share of responsibility for this re sult. It is no wonder that every gambler in Denver, every pimp and prostitute, every ootfldenoe man and bunco steerer, thief and hobo and every all-night and Sunday liquor seller, lioonoed and unlioenoed joint d the redeemers to redeem the state from Populist misrule, and furnished money and men and women to oolomze the city with fraudulent voters in the interest of the republiean party. The gamblers and the lewd women of Danver had a grievance, And the bankers and business men of the city shared that grievance. Nor ia this all. While the Y.M 0. A. and the W. 0. T. U. and the Popu list women of the city filed their pro test agninst the granting of this pe tition, in many of ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 January 1895

6 Tiio Advooate. 3km. t, I ft XHZ 8INQLE JUKI SILViCS IUS. ocatio party has done in the 'late A a m o t rr 'Tln l"knnr1 U.T( fi hfc H4 Ia another place Mr. Senn replies H 8 ' nn . . 1L i . .upon every other propositioa m our our objections to the plaa of nar-l f.. ' Wfl rflnftftt: aDDar. to rowing oar platform to a single is sue. The sub j act ia dispute is a mot important one, and will bear farther pursuit. After acknowledging the force of the argument that the aroused con science will be satisfied with nothing short of the broadest and most radi cal reform, Mr. Sena says: Bat frjm my observation and the study of practical political work, I am oonvinoed that we rauet reoognizj the diffarenos be tween educational and pititioil work. We agree with this propisition, thocgQ not ia the exact sense in which ht iatend-d to be understood. X7 should di-aiugaish between eda catioual and political worse, and we should so dislinguith between then M to have far m re of the former and far less o...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 January 1895

1895. Til Advo o a,te. a mystery. From th very beginning of the agitation of this subject the evils of the old greenback system have been pointed oat and f ally dis cussed. This is one of the topics that early engaged the attention of the Farmers' Alliaoc, aad the mem bers of that organization understand it thoroughly. It as by mating the old green bark a mere promise to pty that it was made convertible into interest-bear ing bonds as a method of redemp tion. it is bee ins a it is a mere I romie to pay that, by the rnling of an autocratic secretary of the trees ury, it has recently become an in s'rnment for draining the treasury of gold, and thereby furnishiog the gauzy potest for a new issne of bonda. It has ever been a funda ment al principle of the People's party, and of the Alliance before it, that money is a creation of law, and that tbe fiat of government stamped upon any material that may b chosen for the purpose, confers upon that material all the powers of money. It bai eve...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 January 1895

0 Tlio Advooato. JAN. I, CONCERNING KANSAS. s J NOTES. i The First Stats bank, cf Jetmore, is ia ,'the hands of the bank commissioner. I !Ta J,nn!ta BMl TAfD liirht. Xta Udutw noio John R. Rigors, who eetabliahed tha Kan Baa Commoner at Newton, ia now a Populist member of the Washington legislature, hia home being at Payallup. ' Ha was one of the original greenbackers. j Preparations for aa inaugural recsp j an with ball attachment!, are now tyg completed by thelooal committees twVpska. Tae people will be glad to that Populiatio simplicity ia to be v'own aside. Topeka demand a change. , The Eanaaa publid would think none j tha Itrta of Topeka if the city papers .1 wild drop the Bill? stuff about having two senator and being ashamed of both of them. Of course one of 'them was a rciatakf', but if the rest of the Btata can j state Kansas railroads are about Qi'CtedjjggQ B courB9 0f paternalistio m 'Motion. The Kansaa Cjntral, werfig from Lia vea worth to Coacordia, v&tfjL jnto the ...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 January 1895

18Ji. Tiie Advooata OPPOSED TO SOCIALISM. Continued mm pool l. demand and in the interest of the rail roads and of tha shippers, and not of the libor involved in carrying on tha work of transportation, aa the demand of to day for tha enactment of tha pooling bill is alleged to be largely in tha interest of tha shippers and the public welfare. "Will tha railroads now oosaistantly demand and keep their lobby employed to Bocura tha extension of the same principles to labor and thus give their employes tha atatas of semi-public ser vice and thus help to prevent, or reduce tha number of strikes on all the inter state roada and logically on all roads? "I can now answer why it is that the Chicago strike is epochal in its itflaence aa a subordinate phase of a silent revolu tiona revolution probably in the in terest c! the publio welfare, it is because the events of that strike logioally de mand that another declaration of law and of the principles of the federal gov ernment shall be made; a...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 January 1895

10 Tlio Advocate. JIN. 2, h owes. ? Doctrine Should R Advocated by the j ' Prople'i Party. I 2 137 R JE HELLER. :t.3iea the term u.egl-endar money" jj3 amouly usad, we understand by it j greenbacks are meant, that is, pa Tnocey open hioh ia written a prom Kiio pay ona or more dollars, with a ,Pi j tetder cartiflcate addd. If tbe 1: 'mrafnt should ifltm enough of this iXIley, so that with what money we now j v there would be in all 130 per capita ! Vtircalation, it would probb y wqaire l issue of nearly 2 billion dollar, and ?ch would eicoply mean that the gov ment had incurred an indebtedness .Vat amount in addition to what it Hera many Populists make a rrdr.. They understand that in the jt. of an individual executing a not, T j-veplth has been created, and that the l:jker by that simple aot ia no richer cfil repayment than he was before, but mi,t in the oaae of the government there er'jio ocdasion for repayment, and none ever be expected. It those who emau4ing thla iaaue of "legal-...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 January 1895

im. Tlio Advocate. 11 i ( 3 acd the in I w ,'tbi itb7 i ri '.oa pt w i ie itt oi V- AN AVFR40E GIRL. How She FK U der tli Influence ofSu'-frntr- iitlinixiii Aunt Jane la very advanced In her opin ions. She is always blaming me for being too timid and calls me a poor creature. I know It, 1 feel my Inferiority, but then I am only an average girl, and even the sci entific peoplo say one can't manage one's nature. However, I am always willing to .. learn, and when Aunt Jane proposed tak- ing me to a meeting In favor of woman's franchise 1 assented eagerly. I wanted to see what the so called unsexed women were really like and If they wore very dowdy clothes, for of course no girl who respected herself could feel In sympathy with a Bocicty that neglected the art of dressing. The room was very full, and I am bound to confess that I looked In vain for pretty faces and Bmart frocks among the audience. Most of the women were elderly and seemed very serious. I wore a most becoming hat, and I n...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 January 1895

12 Til Advocate. That Baltimore Plan. s jcubitor a d v ocats : a row weess ago , tha bsnkara of the cation met at Balti pore, end 'with a great blare of trump j fsts, presented to the world a panacea for j! -'ill financial ilia, and duly dabbed the ;zx29 tie "Baltimore pun," an appelia jltaifqa that will help to bring- odium upon J j'thename of an uoeff inding city, in the Ha 'I i. J'-Ti'i bankers are the physicians to ad- 'Hlnlaa iWto An nil tn tVk f3 UilujuiOE tuij ud vuio nii ww sua Buiiureu public. The covert fight has ended. Openly they announce their hostility to the people. Gold and bank notes are to tie tue only money, aucn is weir alO tn Tl Each speaker took pains to sneer at .tbe greenback. It is, said they, of I Annhtfn1 nnnfltftntmnnHtv. onlv tfllftr. ".' n " Able as a war measure. At that time j they (cha bankers) in their noble unael- w flabMsa and pure holy patriotism, real l7Jt izicg the extremity of their beloved .'Cf country in the ordst of civil war, (yielded, tho...

Publication Title: Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 January 1895

Tlie Advo o ate. 13 NATIONALIZATION. Robert P. Porter Tells of a Strong Movement in Frogn-88. Robert P. Porter, well known as superintendent of the last United States census, has written a letter, which appeared in a number of papers December 9, in which he describes the movement now on in England for the state control of the railroads. He says "In England sensible, far-seeing, conservative statesmen are strongly advocating the absorption of the rail ways by the state. This idea has long since passed out of the hands of the ex tremists and cranks and is receiving the best thought of those most deeply interested in internal commerce the boards of trade and commerce and agricultural organizations. In short the idea of national railways has crys ; talized and will probably become an accomplished fact this generation. While this phaze of the question has i taken itself to the realm of construe tlve legislation and is awaiting a bold and able hand to shape it into accom plished fact, the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 January 1895

JAN- 2. ' i . 14 THE VERY BEST THING WE HAVE TO OFFER. " V dll) JU'UXO.,r uraiMr Left. flCWM WalniB AVtCUcart ,.Vhen '""'ting advertisers mention Advocate After haYinff made some decided Improvements in our Standard Family Sewln Machine, we are still able to sell It aiiei iittTXiij, inrlndlnar a vear's SBbscrirtion to the Advocate. 0R5E BLANKETS ABE THE STRONGEST. Mule la 250 8trt For either road or stable ma, AH saapes, slws and qnallttea. Wl. AYBES A HONS, PHI1.ADA. Tiie Advocate. FASVut N ""0 &hT Cfiir'Ii hf MylM rwi'M la Vi ni f iV j HI Lissa U J LiSX . jiV M Ill par ml, t"l ". H.hj i 11 f jWhen writing advertisers mention Advocate rr i to.) J Garden Aanual UIV.3 t 1 The limit and la. . font. Nnwi.TTva . In I! VI HO fVUl Lkttcck, Melon. Tomato Heed Potatoes. I'anhiks Bwket Pkab. Bave money In Dayina irora aa. iompieia tint, t if Extra with orders. Addresa COLE'S Seed 8 tore. Pella, Iowa When writing advertlheianienilon Advocate : .; 4 i iiTIETAL Wheels AfAGONS. lay ttes yon ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 January 1895

1835. Tiie Advooate. 15 OFFICIAL ELECT OH RLTUBNS. Judges of District Courts. STATEMENT of the votes cast at the general election held on the 6th day of November, A. D 1694. in the various counties of the Elev enth. Twenty-second, Twenty-third and Twenty fourth Judicial districts of the state of Kansas, as canvassed by the State Board of Canvassers at their annual session, begun on the 2tith day of November, A. D 1894, and con cluded on the 11th day of December, A. D. 1804. STATEMENT: ELEVENTH DISTRICT. Counties. Cherokee Labette Montgomery., Totals 1,003 2. ; 1.635 5,056 8.273 2.671 2.47 8.431 the First, 8eeond. Third. Fourth. Fifth, Sixth and Seventh Congressional district of the state of Kansas for representatives In congress for said districts as canvassed by the Mate Board of Canvassers at their annual session begun on the 20th day of November. A. D. 1894 and ooncluded on the 11th day of December, A. Um 1494. STATEMENT! FIRST DISTRICT. TWENTY-SECOND DISTRICT, Counties. Brown .....

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 January 1895

10 Tlie Advo o ate. CIsvot, cjuo Crass Tim othy, mitot. Cane & On isn sets. DalaTies,Plan l, Jr. & Garden Tools. I CO 5 Catalogue Free. 11111 TPilOULLSEEDCQ, 14t6 St. Loots Ave., oiisisciTY.nissoua!. POLAND CniNA PIG9 AND 8H0RTH0RNS bred by J II. Taylor, Pearl. Kansas. f f f VitH A LL 174 a moo lb salary and ax- j ill penac. paid. If yon want employment wriu ik J WikikA atonMtoP.O.VICKK8T,Aoguta,Malne. Cured ! ! ! . p) to $35. Hi "1f7i3ri Permanently Cui I1 . i ' H 1 K a Hme treatment. W j !l JJiA Send stamD for hook. i hum jso, b. harkih, Port Payne, Ala Whan writing advertisers mention Advocate - tJOUBLR fV ;tecti-Loador I Jj, 3.00. i WATCH ESm Whn writing adert'ser mention Advocate HP 3ICYCLESSI3 All Mm iim thaa 1m asm. IMot. ja fear mm) nap IbrtU ? aautofoa. POWELL 4 CLEMENT CO llaUttC,CiaelMU.O. RnterM EIU8HIKK. Cheater White, JiTej Ued and Poland China j'Plus. jeraor, uuernsey and f Holatela Cattlt. Thoroughbred . v' corp. reucj roBiirr. nuouni ty and House Pogi. Catal...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 January 1895

SUPPLEMENT TO TOPEKA ADVOCATE, JANUABY 2, 1895. OFFICIAL VOTE. ULU L.XA.M UV fcu.Wiw CO. t U B.U. THE state board of canvassers met tn regular session, as prescribed by law, at the office of secretary of -tate. November 26, 1894. Present, L. D. Levelling, governor: R. S. Osborn, secretary oi state; w.ii. liidaie; treasurer ol state, and J hn T. Llttie, attorney general. After a thorough examination of the abstracts of votes ca-t by precincts, as returned by the several county cl irks to the office of secretary of state, the board found and declared as iouowa: STATEMENT Of yoteacast at the general election held on the sixth day of November, A. D., 1S94, for gov ernor, lieutenant governor, secretary or state, auditor or state, treasurer oi state, attorney general, superintendent of public Instruction, associate Justice of the supreme court, and congressmsn-at large. as canvassed by the state board of canvassers, at their session begun on the 26th day of November, A. D.. 1894, and conc...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 January 1895

SUPPLEMENT TO TOPEKA ADVOCATE. SECRETARY OF STATE CONTINUED. AUDITOR OF STATE CONTINUED. a COUNTII8. Dickinson - Don'phan , Douglas Edwards Eik Ellis KlUworth , , Finney Ford Franklin Geary , U, , Graham Grant Gray Greeley , Greenwood .... Hamilton , Harper , Harvey , Ha-kell -Hodgeman.. .., Jackson Jefferson , Jewell Jchnson Kearny Kingman , Kl-.wa Labette Lane , Leavenworth Lincoln Linn Logan Lyon Marlon Marshall Mcl'lieraon . ... i Meade Miami. : Mitchell Montgomery Mrrin Morton Kemnha Ne"ho Ness Norton Osage Os borne Ottawa Pawnee Phillips Fottawatomlo. Pratt Raw Una Reno Republic v . Rice Riley Rook Rush Russell Saline Scott Sedgwick Seward Shawnee Sheridan Sherman Smlih Stafford Stanton Steven Sumner Thomas Trego Wabaunsee .. Wallace Washington..., Wichita Wilson Woodson Wyandotte Totals. COUNTISi. Allen Anderson Atchison Barber Burton Bourbon Brown Butler Chase Chautauqua .... Cherokee Cheyenne Clrk Clay Cloud Coffey Comanche Cowley Crawford Decatur Dickinson Doniphan-. POUgl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 January 1895

'ft SUPPLEMENT TO TOPEKA. ADVOCATE. ATTORNEY Gf.NE UAL CONTINUED. TREASURER OF STATE-CONTINUED. COUNTIIS. ATTORNEY GENERAL. COUNTIKJ. Allen Anderson Atchison Barber Barton Bourbon Brown Butler Chase 1... Cautauqua Cherokee Cheyenne Clark Clay Cloud ColTey Comanche Cowley Craw'ord Decatur Dickinson Doniphan Douglas Edwards Elk Ellis Ellsworth Finney Ford Franklin Geary Gove Graham Grant Gray Greeley Greenwood Hamilton Ilnrjmr Harvey Haskell Hodgeman Jackson Jefferson Jewell Johnson Xearny Kingman Kiowa Labette Lane Leavenworth ... Lincoln Linn Logan Lyon - Marion Marshall McPherson Meade Miami Mitchell Montgomery ... Morns. Morton Nemaha K soono, Ness Norton I 0MS I Osborns I Ottawa; 1.021 1.1 5 1.397 630 1,015 1.855 1.524 2,021 (Mt 973 2,911 310 181 1.000 1,855 lX-5 137 2.337 8,27ft 804 1.7H7 53 1.419 411 1,110 312 tilKi 212 85 i 1,819 833 201 4H4 67 93 79 1,2113 73 905 1,144 60 145 1,203 1.412 2.014 1,229 25 1,020 20 2.554 173 1,440 9.0 1,701 203 2.285 1.2 m 1.090 1,4'J3 104 1.3H3 ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The advocate. — 2 January 1895

Steven Sumner Thomas ..... Treira WtrauaiGt . ValUe ' VVichlta 'WtUott Woodson ... Vandotte . Totals. Allen Anderson Atchison L'arber..... .barton .Poarbon , SUPPLEMENT TO TOPEKA ADVOCATE. SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION-CONTINUED. couxnxa. W 3,184 442 199 907 174 1,804 160 1,2)3 875 2.806 112,505 66 2.708 847 278 1,40(5 272 2,2(51 211 1,718 1,129 5,488 148,673 It 356 82 45 259 13 618 28 258 15 1.214 215.910 ASSOCIATE JUSTICE. COTJNTIX1. lirown Butler Cnase Chautauqua Cherokee Cheyenne Clark Clay Cloud Coffey Comanche Cowley Crawford Decatur Dickinson Doniphan Douglas Krt wards Elk FU Kllsworta Finney Ford Franklin Geary Gove Graham Grant Gray Greeley Greenwood Hamilton Harper Harvey Hatkell Hodgeman Jackson Jrfferson Jewell Johnson. Kearny Kingman Kiowa Labette Lane Leavenworth Lincoln Linn Logan Lyon Marlon.. Marshall McPherson Meade Miami Mitchell Montgomery -. MorrU. Morton Nemaha Neosho Ness Norton Osaxe Osborne Ottawa ". Pawnee Phillip Pottawatomie Pratt -. Rawlins Iteno....

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