The Republic of Mexico, on account of its close relations with our own country, geographically and commercially, is attracting our attention more at the present time than ever before. Its fabulously rich mines are being invaded by American wealth seekers, its great coffee, rubber, vanilla and mahogany districts are being explored, and approximated by the business men of the United States. Commerce is rapidly increasing in importance between these two countries, and the American traveler will to-day hear fully as much English spoken on the Broadway of the City of Mexico, as he will the Castilian language which was introduced here by Cortez.
THE PROFESSIONS IN MEXICO.
We would naturally expect, in view of this peaceful invasion of American interests, that the professions should be equally represented in Mexico. This is to a certain extent true. The laws of Mexico are not, however, very favorable toward foreigners who desire to