Delégate Cannon, -writes a Washington correspondent, is " confident of procuring favorable action before the end of the eession on his bilí admitting Utah to the Union aa a State. It is now in the hands of the House Territorial öommittee, where it has been since it was offered early last session. He thought it would have beea considered by the House last session had it not been for the absorbing political matters beforo Oongress duriug that period, and seems asstired that with the subsideEce of the Presidential trouble, wliich he thinks vfill take puice before a great whüe, it will receive attention. OaanOn says it is a well-underatüod fact that Utaü contains a sufflcieut number of people to warrant Congress in admitting it into the Union. Inquiry develi opa the probability that tho proposition to admit Utah wiU be strongly oppoeed in both honses. It is a sch'eme that giyes promise of bringing the entire Morinon question into proininence, and it is the opinión of many members that this qneation will have to be settled oue way or other by Congress before Utah can become a State. "