Mormon's in Mexico. The Anglo-American published In the city of Mexico, speaking of the Mormons in Chihnahua has this to say: "The colonies have recently purchased 100,000 acres of land near the head of the Concho and San Pedro rivers. The company organizing the settlements is incorporated with a capital of l'OOO.OOO dollars and is a purely business enterprise. enter-prise. No class or religious distinctions are made, and people of all faith are free to locate among the colonists and may worship in any manner that their consciences dictate The main principle princi-ple of the Church is obedience to the laws of the land which they inhabit and respect to the rulers and governors of the country. The Mormon colonies are not accustomed to interfere in the politics poli-tics of Mexico, and will only devote themselves to cnltivating thefr lands and improving the portion of the republic repub-lic where they are living. "The beneficent influence exercised by such a class of people on the common wealth may be seen at a glance, and government may be assured that such a class of emigration will tend to increase the wealth and prosperity of the country."