favi-rut.le its Vesent location, for that woi.lil i.ii . u Hint wrt won lit not .tee a new r. -inly building for u ji'ar at I mt. ff Uwi been telling-you what we think' Is beet for the county in general, and ourtcity in particular, hut do not ask you to take our advice, bat on the contrary, con-trary, te American. Act for yourselves-and yourselves-and vote for whoiaVon choose. Now lets take a look at the tickets and see whose names are there. We are not personally acquainted with all the candidates, can-didates, but it seems that the material, of wh'ch both tickets are composed, is of good solid stuff. For selectmen on the republican ticket we have: A- H. Lund, N. 8. Nel" son and Henry Koarns, all good men but we believe that none ol them would work to have a new oounty building erected in this city. That being the case score one against the selectmen. On the democratic ticket we have: N. C. Sorensen, Peter Sundwall and George F, Morley. These are also good men and we are informed that they are in favorotereoting.a new county court bouse and, with one exception, favorable favor-able to the present location ot the county seat. Tally one. For attorney we have Jacob Johnson of Mt. Pleasant on the repnbllcan ticket and Will.K. Reid of Manti on the democratic demo-cratic ticket. Both are good lawyers and good men. Either would make a good attorney, bnt as Mr. Reid is from Manti and his opponent from Mt, Pleasant Pleas-ant and in asmuch as we are working for Manti, we say tally one for Reid. For county clerk there are John I. R-id and Louis Anderson. Both tried and true and either capable of attending to the duties of the office in a manner that would be an honor to themuelves and a oredit to their party. .Mr. Reid has held the position for years and has always given the best of satisfaction, and while we would like to see him remain re-main we would not mind seeing Mr. Anderson there. We would like to see Mr. Reid sign himself thus: ''John I. Reid, mayor of Manti city." I James Burn?, democrat and Rasmus Clawson, republican, are candidates for the office of sheriff. Both are men of experience and either would perform the duties of the office in a creditable manner. In this case as in all others take your choise. Don't be Influenced by what we may say. For county recorder John S. Biain is the democratic candidate. His home is in Spring City. He is an axcellent young man, has a first-class education, and is unusually bright and entertaining entertain-ing and is the coming Jim Blaine of the democratic party. R. M. Livingston is the republican candidate. We understand under-stand he is in every way fitted for the position po-sition but as we do not know him and we are well acquainted with the many good qualities of his opponent, it wonld be unfair to pass an opinion. The republicans fay that U, N. Larter of Mt. Pleasant is the person who wiil sit on the democratic corpse next November aud find a verdict of death caused by an overdose of free trade and John T. Caine ancient history. The democrats differ with them and claim that W. H. Olstea is the man win will hold the inquest, that the republican party will fnrnish the corpse, and that i the verdict will be death from an overdose over-dose of .sugar bounty and high tarlf paradoxes (Iran? from a tin cop into which a little mortgage law had been spilled. We are inclined to beUeve that whoever is elected will flod that he has a very lively corpse to sit upon, hat, bo doubt, he will be eqnal to the occasion. The republicans claim that W. B. Lowry will take care of the county funds for the next year or iwo.but again the democrats differ and are sure that Geo. Christensen will be the cashier of the county bank after November next. Both of the 1'andidates are good men, but we like to have as much cash as possible pos-sible near us a) w y tally one for Lowry. Kerd Erlckaou of Mt- Pleasant, is the choice of the pemocrats for the office of collector. The republicans prefer W. D, Candland and we chink that they are both all right. We know Mr. Erickson have not the honor of the acqnaintence with his opponent, and from what we hear, we believe that Mr. Erickson is the better man and shall therefore score one for Erickson. The men we have piekedont as the beet fitted for the offices are cboaen without regard to their politics but with regard to their qualifications for the offloes for which they are candidateo, their past reputations, and their standing as men in the community of which they form a I part. We advise all republicans and democrats to vote iha straight ticket for they are not only voting for the men bnt their party principles are at stake, bnt at the same time It wonld be well to keep in mind the qualifications of the candidates, and above all their views on local questions. To non-partisans wo say, pick out the best men and vote for them and it we have made any mistake in comparing the men you will know it better than anyone else and should rote j accordingly. We also advise the voters ( to cast their ballots for the men, whom ' in their opinion, are the best fitted for 1 the office and who have the best Interest j of the county at heart, which of course means in one particular, that they are ; in favor of Manti as.the eonnty seat, for it would be folly so attempt to more t, and foolish to elsct man who are a0( The speed of a wild duck is said to be nintey miles an hour. This information is published for the benoiit of those who go hunting, and we also advise hunters not to allow themselves to be deluded by the stories that they can run a wild duct down aud club It to death. Corinne Caliope. The above item is reproduced for that benefit of Dr. Hosford, Charles Mineum and other local sportsmen. Cut it out, boys and paste it iu your hat.