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M JOHN H. OBERLY & CO.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, MAY 31. 1871.
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, pcrwa or twenty year liu proiea this to be
Bt remark mad by Uenlamlu Traverse, T. E,
C. M. 8paklax of thote tllieuei, and diseases
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thai no radr It cqoal to the Extract of Haraa
pariiia, ita power la cxtraordliary, more to than
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viUm o tunken, and jet to Irritable, a ren
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He kKMARKHot tho GREAT CHEMISTS AND
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Wra. It. Warner A Co.,
IS Worth Third etreet, Philadelphia, Pa.
I v H.T. llelmboMt. .
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cl ' haviac the handiomert and at the aamo time the
Ik Mott Effeotrve rill that I have ever known for the
a puraoaea intended, WM. K. WAHritK A CO,
H.T. Helta bold will remark, in conclusion, that
hit ramedie aro th reault of long and careful
study. Thriuid ExtrActabave been before th
EublU twenty vears. The Bale or thtm In thai
me proves their value. All have been benefit
ted by thtm wbo followed my initructions, and
to-day they stand unequalled In th extent of
their tale, and untqrpatied bv any medicament
in th DIauensatorv nt the ITiiltii Htatm. tint
11 xceptiBft a ainglo Herb, ltooi, I'lant, or Helen'
I'harmaoeutical I claim alt mlno to be, and have
never patented a single one.
To Jlspel any Iropreaaion or prejudice that
might exist In the minds ol many asainst my
prtparatloni, rrorn tho publicity given throuh
advartitlnf , and that I am and havu been a drug
gist for1 a period of twenty years, and more con
cluslvly to prv this tee letter from the laneat
manufacturing chomlsta in th woild :
.November i, insi,
I am acquainted with Mr. II. T. lielmbold; lie
oocupicd th drug tlor opposite mv residence,
and was auceeaaful in conducting the hu.ineas
wher etbtrs had not been equally so before him,
1 have been favorably Impressed with his charac
ter and enUrMriee. WILLIAM W 10 HTM AN.
Firm of Powers A' Wightman, manuractnrlng
chemists, Ninth and llrown streets, Philadel
phia. a'u. man o TKiia malts.
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The invltinralyisj II Which tho pill Itself It made,
th bottle, label, wrapper-all show with what
... have bean Dre Dared. After examine.
tlon. no English or French preparation will show
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Instead oi me nauseous-ionting, usreiessiy
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W) wooden box, and made generally, or offered
fy br those hav.ng to experience' ai.phytlctasi,
pi dnigglttd or Tnanuraeturera of medicines, ,tej(
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VStores, Dwellings, Furniture. Dulls an
Cargoes), Insured at rates at favorable at sound
permanent security will warrant
I respectfully ask ol the cltiitna ot Cairo,
bare of their patronage.
J. S. IIVGnErd,
Office at Fimt National .Hank
JNTKREST PAYING PL.AN:
A new and novel syotcm of Life Insurance ie
centlv introduced by the
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By thlt system, Mle Insurance is furnished l
as little com ns by the usual plans, and the pot.
Icy hoi ler receives an annual intere.it ol aevea
per cent. Uon all the money paid by him lo the
Company ; bis annusl premiums thus earning
him as much as a government bond.
Tho plan 1ia been thoroughly criticUnl and
fully indorsed by the moat eminent actuaries
and skillful mathematicians in tho land i indeed
it has not yet Iweu the subject of unfuroratila
mention In any rcupectabln quartrr.
OFFICE OF THE COMPANY:
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ST, LOUIS, MISSOURI.
AUTIIUll 11. U A It RETT, rrcaldont
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Kaalcs high in the list ol sound, thrifty Weslcrr
it has ample capltAl-SW.ooO.
ItlmsAssets mure than enough to cover ill Ills
liabilities in addllloj tnthecapitul.
It tins one hundred thousand dollars depositee
with theHtutenf Missouri as a perpetual minr
antee to its pollov holders.
It ha compiled fully with tho new lawsol me
State, which are quite as exacting and more nitid,
ly enforced than thoae of Eastern tltater.
It Invests its funds in the West, among the
people from whom they are received.
Its management is vigornus, skillful and jkh
It annual Income from the Interest alone w
already more than xumclenl to pay its lomei.
It Issues policies upon the ordinary life and eu
dowment plans, at the same rata as otlier first,
I The iiolioy holders receive nil the profits lnn
nol dividends. '
The atook holder, can recelvo only ten per
cent, of interest on their capital, by the terms ot
II Tho annual dividends tocoliav hobleis are .1.
rcauy greater mu many uiu eastern uompaoies
htve over been able to pay.
TheHtatoof Illinois paid last year about lour
million dellara for Llfo Insurance.
Why send ao much money out of tho State
away to New York anl New Kogland for an artlJo
that may be produced Just at cheap'y (oriuoro to
at hornet ..,
aprtWawlf AgeBUtU Clro,
Kiohteen of the thirty-eight incu
iinprisbncd in the West Pittston nhaft,
which took fire on Saturday morning,
were BufTocatcd in tho mine. Hercu
lancan ctTorU were inado to roscuo the
unhappy sufferera and at two o'clock
on Sunday afternoon, all tho men were
brought up but eighteen of them wcro
dead nnd tho romaindcr anplivxiated.
Tho hcciics about the mine aro said to
be indescribable Tlio following in a
a Htatcmcnt of one of tho miners, Hob
crt Cox, who wus taken out alive :
Vo went In ut 7 a.ui. 3Iy brother Kob-
eri cut inrougn irom ono nir-u-oy to an
other ntid turned on the gns, nnd !x
miners came out with him' before their
shnft was up. Tho air win to bad they
could not work at all. This was about fif
teen minutes before the fire, and seven
miners cntno up to the top nt live
minutes before the fire was dis
covered. Tlio first Intlrnntion
wc lmd of tho liro was n
hound through the mine nt if there
was ii n nxploiion. An English miner
suid: "Thcro Is a flro about 11 fty yards
from tho bottom of tlio shaft, In tho wont
tiilo." I then run to the bottom of tho
shuft, and saw the tiro coming down. Run
back to my comrades and told them wo
aro all lost; the shaft is on flro! AVo
wcro seven in nil. Wo then ran to the
foot of tho shaft and burning timbers wore
coming down. "Wo threw on water and
put out tho fire, but the smoko became so
tntenre that we wero nearly suffocated.
Dense volumes poured down the shaft ond
filed tho place. Wo then run over to tho
west sido in tho direction of the river
bridge, down tho slope arid got in nt a door
with eleven other, making eighteen alto
gether in that placo. Tho smoko enmo
upon us so badly that wo gathered up o
lot of stuff from the tracks and plastered
the cracks of tho door, and also stuffed
our coats in the holes, which stopped the
smoko for some time. We had timo for
thought and reflection now. No ono expect
ed to see daylight again; all believed it a
second Avondale. Wo all sang hymns,
and prnyed to God in II is mercy to tavo
us, ns we all felt doomed and beyond hu
man aid. Wo ran back and forth through
tho gangways for fresh air. At 3:15 this
evening Patrick Farley groaned twice,
ana was round dead when tho men came in
the place after tho fire. I tbon went over
to tho west sido for niycoat to help to
stop out tho smoke, as wo would be suffo
cated very soon. Men then passed carry
ing back their comrades who wero dying
i i . . , i ,
in iiiuir urius. -nuru men wcro ouisiuomo
door crying out in distress and anguish
and culling upon Ood for succor. None
expected to come out alive.
Tho mules wcro kicking and neighing.
The boy told his father, while crvine.
"Wo -will como out safe ; and, if wo must
uie, let us Ulo llko men." Tho father and
son both camo out alivo. At 7:30 p.m. I
became insonsiblo, and romained so until
I was brought out by my brother Robert,
about S o'clock on Sunday morning. Cox
is an intelligent Irishman, nged about 22
THE WOMAN QUESTION.
Npeceh ot II r. Mary Hafrortl, at Vienna,
The following nble speech, delivered by
Dr. Mary rjaflbrd, sister of A. II. Satford,
cashier of tho City National Rank, of
Cairo, at Vienna, Austria, was translated
from tho German by Miss .Laura Yocum,
of this city. It will amply repay a peru
sal: In the Women's Industrial Association
of this city, Miss Saflbrd, who received a
physician's diploma in Now York, dellv-
crea a lociuro wnicn nau mriu suojoci me
social standing of women, and is so Inter
esting because tno speaker, wno nas stuaicd
clinics two years in this place, is, through
her extraordinary education and knowl
edge of human nature and tho world, em
inently fitted to handlo tho thomo. Tbo
lecturer showed to tboso before hor that
bestowing titles and honors on women is
not the result of tho advanced idea of tho
present; and confirmed tho assertion by n
scries of happily convincing instances
from tho historios of women. To prove
how many women of tho present, through
richly successful activity in tho science
nnd skill of their vocation, rival men, tho
oratress proceeded as follows :
"Miss Ream, an American, has finished
i life-sized stiitiioof Lincoln, which Hhoulil
find a placo in tho "White House. At an
art exhibition in England an attractivo
group cut in marblo by tho Princess Alico
excited attention. Many of tho drawings
in American iiiustraicu papors aro tno
work ot women who recoivca tneir culti
vation in tho froe art schools of Now
VnrW. Rovoral iournals in England. Italv
and America aro edited by ladies, whllo in
many printing offices wo nnd women and
girls busied as succcsful compositors. Wo
liavo In America thrco femnlo ecclesias
tics who have In their chargo largo par
ishes to whom thoyproach weekly. Their
studies wcro under tho same faculty of
theology as tho mon's, and when their
yearly incomo as a rule Is 1,0002,000
dollars, wo must infor that thoy
aro highly valuod by their
parishioners. A short timo einco tho ju
dicial careor was opened to women, and
already two enjoy honorablo positions as
advocates. Ono of our most colobratod
Univertitlos oponed its lecture rooms to us
in the past year, nnd in timo, 28 women
cntorou tu dovoto themsolvos to tho study
of mediclno, thoology, jurisprudence, and
natural sciences. Other American uni
versities aro following this oxamplo. A
quite now Hold for our activity offors It
self In tho opening of an agricultural and
hotannical school in llcston.
as teachers, women In Amorlca tako
tho first rank; many aro mado prin
cipals in our schools for both sexes,
receiving the same salary that men in
similar positions do. In several col
logo, mathematics, Greek nnd Latin
aro studied by the women. Llko n
tumultous billow has tho longing of our
sex been for n rnoro fundamental educa
tion nnd broader sphero of action extend
ing over tho entire civilized world; and
this longing must bo takon into account
when Rustia crocU colleges for girls nnd
through an imperial ukaso at last aro per
mitted to study mcdlolno and practico
gynecology; thoy also can apply them
selves to tno telegraph sorvlco and com
mercial branches ; after that, thoro is no
doubt of a good rosult from tho useful
oxpcrlcnco of your Association in this
direction, In past years Bwodon founded
a medical school for women, whllo France
admitted them to tho Keolt de medicine,
which conferred decrees on Misses Gar-
rott and Putnam.
It Is probably known to you that hng
land and Russia have two successful nrac
liilnir female doctors, who prosecuted
their studio tn Switzerland, tho first
country which offered women tho oppor
tunity oi cuueating inomroivos ror pny
sicians. Pormlt mo to cite what has como
to pass in that direction In America. As
early as tho year 1849, Elizabeth Rlack-
well graduated at tho University of Gene
va in tho State of New York, and In tho
year 1851, her younger slstur Emily.
Hinco that timo both practico in Now
York, having, In connection with their
own little hospital, a medical school erect
ed for women, in which they both lecture.
Jioston, i'blladolphia, Clovclnnd and UIU
cago likowiio, have academics of tho satno
nature, in a few of them men nnd wo
men simultaneously hear tho treaties lust
as tho Btudy of clinics is in common in our
Tho number of femalo practising phy
sicians in America Is not exactly known
to me, though I daro say that it amounts
to 200 at tho very least. Many of theso
nre family physicians. In this, as in all
other scientific departments, to which
women devoto themselves, thev have
reached their aim, and have donejmucb, I
beliove, to weaken tho established preju
dice which has naturally cono ncainst
It would be a rcmarkablo sight to see a
woman with whom it wcro possible to
study mediclno nnd prcsorvo her effemina
cy, for nractico fdoctor'tl must dn.lrov
that ideal loveliness which freshens tho
social atmosphere. Yes, sho certainly
must, bo confident and firm, shrinking
front no responsibility her profession may,
lay upon her, but can sho not be as gcntlce
mindful and sympathetic with these quali
ties, as without them? Tho physician
should heal not only bodily wounds, but
often indeed will he bo trusted with tho
pressing burdens of tho soul,
which ho must endeavor to dissipate
In our war for freedom, whilo all around
tho battlo raged, I myself have aided at
tho amputation of shattered limbs, and
then, when presence of mind was never
moro necessary, thanked God for it nnd
for my womanly hand that could softly,
delicately dry tno moisturo of tho suffer
er s brow, wiuie; no murmured in reeuio
tones: 'Sister, you 'will not leavo mo I1
Many maintain that wo arc too weak
physically to practico medieitio; in all
other situations, at nurses, wnthorwumnn
and shop-cirls, who must stand from early
till late, wo havo shown ourselves equal lo
it, whilo wo physicians, too, havo not
found ourselves weak in a moral or.physi
From ancient and modern history we
learn mat women wcro treated witli much
magnanimity nnd yet with littlo Justice
It did not lack gallantry and respect, but
contldenco nnd a high estimation ; thoy
wcro proiecieu, hui novor was tlio right
conceueu oi protecting inemselves. Suro
ly it is tho noblest, holiest call a woman
can fulfill, that of wifo and mothor, nnd
nothing should wo wish for moro
heartily, than that when they ontcr
upon it thoy may bo worthy tho posi
tion. Wo dosiro marriage, but not mere
ly as a means cf support, not only as a
protection contimplatcd with weariness,
but cannot think that n worthy man would
consider a woman less loveablc, or bo
less disposed to marry her, if sho wcro
thoroughly instructed in botany, geology,
ohemistry, or anatomy."
Miss Satford closed her animated lecture
with theso words : "It affords mo great
satisfaction to meet nero witn tno mem
bcrs of this Association uud to find that so
much has been done on your sido to inako
women competent to till tbo posts thev
sock. I can only hopo that tho day Is not
lar aistant wnon an places oi instruction
and training, nnd all professions shall
stand open to you. I nave rccoived so
much aid, so many proofs of kindness from
tno professors, doctors, anu stuuonis nero
with whom I had daily intercourse, that I
vra encouraged to beliove that If It wero
practicable tor the earnest women of Aus
tria to finish at grammar and polytechnic
schools, thoy would find no hindrunco to a
wldor courso of study. Mon fear to mnko
us indepondont, bocauso that must bring
about a revolution in tho social rotations.
Tho laws of Nature aro irrovocablo, and
if woman, in tho truo sonso of tho word,
is man's helpmeet nnd companion, and
would moro closely rcsemblo him, thon a
chuiige must by nil means take placo; but
wno can uoubt that tins reiorm will uriD!?
blessings to mankind ?"
Tho Ku-klux committee will to-morrow
meet for tho examination of witnesses.
It is boliovod that Ex-Uov. It. .1. Ogles-
by will be tho noxt ltopublicau nominee
for congress fur tho Stato at largo.
Hon."V. Niblack,'mombor of Cnngross
from tho first district of Indiana, is tlio fa
vorite candlduto in that part of the Stato
as tho next Democratic candidate fur Gov
ernor. ' "
Tho Metropolitan Record sayi of Val
landlgham'n speech ;
"It accords exactly with tbo views' of
tho Domocraey of New York and tho eas
tern section and proves that tho party is
thoroughly united in recognlzlnt; tlio
changed condition of tho country. Tho
diviilon of sentiment which injured tho
prrty nt tho last presidential election has
disappeared,, and in Is placo wo havo on-
tiro unity orttli,q great, questions ot tno
present, without any disturbing causa in
obsoleto issues of tho past."
Tho rennaylvania JJemecracy at their
Stats convention on Wednesday adopted
substantially tlio satno views as to tho con
stitutional amendments, as did tho Demo
crats of Montgomery county, Ohio. Their
resolution upon this point recognizes tho
binding obligation of all tho provisions of
the constitution of tho United States as
thoy now exist, and deprecate tho discus
sion of Issues which havo been settled tn
tho manner nnd by tho authority consti
tutionally appointed. St. Louis Times.
Did Stantok Commit Suicide? Tho
Philadelphia Herald says: "Wo can
scarcolv credit tho rumor, vot it has ob
tained circulation, nnd it is thought by
many to havo tomo rounuation, that sec
rotnry Stanton committed suicido by cut
tintr his throat. It is. of course, denied bv
his friends; but, on tho other hand, it is
asserted that when the undertaker camo
to put tho body in n coffin, ho found it al
ready prepared, with n bnnungo lieu
around tho neck. It is uha furthor stated
that his Jifo was heavily insured, nnd that
no application has vot been mndo for tlio
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noilned tliat-.a ,11 ill
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ant and Josephine Kelly, Amelia Kelly and Wil
liam Hartuln. administrator of John Kelly, deceas
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tho timo and placo of thu return oftsumraona in
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'. JOHN i). IIAKMAN; Clerk.
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Cor. 10th ami Poplar St.,
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and sheep, and Is prepared to fill any demand fur
rre.h rneanls from ono pound to ten thousand
PEOPLES' MEAT MARKET
CHAS. HAVER Sc CO.. Pron'rs..
h eep constantly on hand the tiestof lieef. I'orlt,
niuiier, tcai, Limn, oaussKe, ruiininjr, era
rreih hlto lard in any n,uantlty,corni'd beef, etc.,
alusrs on hand.
Onlern tilled promptly and satisfaction war-
yyAIiTEIl M AIsOXY.
AND DEALERS IN
Eiqhth St., between Washington &
Adjoining Rltlentionae Hanny'a.
Keep the beet of Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal, Lamb,
Hati.agc, etc., and aro prepared tn servo cltuena
tn tbo most acceptable manner. oct'isdtt
Has Itemored to Winter' Block, and
Opened a First-Clnss
He will heep always on hind the best of Meats of
Smoked Meat, Freah Heat, Sausage, etc,
AI the lowest prices. Oh o him a call,
DEALER IN FAMILY
NOTIONS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS
AMI UAl'S, fiTU.,
Has Just received n hoav) stock of boots and shoo
HOSIERY AND NOTIONS,
For salo for Cash at a very low figure. Ho also has
a fine stock of
of every kind.
Cor. ( Street antl Commercial Avenue
IT'S these only, and save Time, Health and
Uoney, (1.000 ItKUWItll for any cue of disease,
In any stags which thev f.tll to cure.
Da. ItlCIIAirS GOLDEN ML-
A7 8AMH, Nos. i & ?, aro the
vfkak ereatnt alteratives known.
QikW KIOHAU'H (ItlLOGN
I HB I K 1. 1 X 1 It II'AMOUK Is the
VB Greatest Tonla and Astringent
In the Medical I.liU Dr. HI.
OIIAU'S GOLDEN ANITDOTE
Is tho only reliable dlnre tie.
These Remedies are not advertised to Cure all
Cemplalota, and benefit none; bat aro fnaranteed
to effect a Itadlcal and Speedy Cure In all caret for
which tbey are recommended, when all other treat
ment lias railed. Tens or uiouiaoos yearly reenrc,
by their me, who havo lost all hope, andhiTpro.
nounced ai Incurable by the beat ofttfr medical
JlJL UAl.SASf, No. I, cafes Ulcers, Ulcerated
' Hore Throat and Mouth. Bore Eyes, Cutane
ons Eruptions, Coppeyeolored lllotches, Sorenns
)f thu dcalp, HcrofulaSc. It It the Greatest Iteno
vatur, Alterative astl lllood Purifier known, re
inous all mercurfroni the syitem, and leaves
the bloo.1 pure snfi healthy. O
nH. pJIIAFS GOLDEN
1 r 1IAI.9I1, No, S, cures Mercurial ArTec
tlnni Illieumatlsni In all Its forms, and
iiate reiiet lu an caies,
(Itlier No. I or 2, vl per bottle, or two
INTIDOTK. a radical cure for all urinary
ilrraiiireitieol.. rrlee j per bottle. ,
nH- IIKHIAU'S GOWMii,
JL- EI.IXIII ll'AMOUlt. a radical cm- for
Nervoui or Hen-rat IMbHKi ., ''
younr; luipvrtlnir mercy with wm.ler'iil rfffCt.
Price t)l per b'llll.t tx two f.T ,
On rerciu of price, tfi rt'iued e will be
ablpiKsl tn mi v pi ue. I'P-niid atlmitlun paid to
all inrreatKiiiifei '. 'M wlUiuut tha
nam. I if "'lilt. ,M'H l'H lI.lVi;M V,11"11'?'
1). II. ISiriHlii'rf. iU'" 1 rJprioUr,'' blown lu
..li... ... I. .(!).,.
flrculars sent. I'ro-le supplied' at
Ad.lrru, Hit. II. U. ltlt'llAllllS, tit V trick
JJVO. M. PUILTilM,
fHuccoisorto Parker A PhlUit.
And Dealer in
Flour, Meal, Hay, Corn, Oat",
It. W.MiLLca. firm, Paaxra
jyjIIiLEIt Ai I'AKKEIl,
IS 58 Ohio Isovec
J W. I'HII.HPS dc CO.,
Successors lo E. U. Hendricks A Co.)
Wnarl - Boat.
PROPRIETORS, V 7
CAIRO; ILLINOIS. -
(.IIIKBAI. AlSTAtVCHN HsUIB OH,C9tt.
NIUNHEn ln. . '
sWAro prepared lo receive, store and rorward
freiRhts to nil points, and buy and tell on com
Msrilitsinessnlteniled to with orombtness.
QI.OSE tk VIXCENTvj
ami ilealers In
Lime, Cement, Plaster Paris
Cor. Silt Street and Ohio Lcvce
AEEI1A Y UROTUERS.
MERCHANTS, J ;
DBALEIIS IW ' v
And Agsntt ot - '
OHIO llITEIt AND KANAWHA
JN-o. 70 OXIO Xj
."fccusoss or Arias Co..
General Commission Merchant
No. 1113 Ohio Eevce,
TICKETS FOR - SALE
K.tllKI'roi" ver pool, Londonderry
llliisKtitv o' 4iireii(tiwu tn Cairo.,
rVullord, W orrlM & .Caudcttj. Agt't
ari JIST a Tr T vun
""Mll-uui,, .1KVT 10IIK AMU VllIMtWirilA J
Under contract with tha United State aidUriUihi
-M",'s lorrarryinKine niaut.
I'pr l'asaase Tlckeia 'or farther IrJormstfon
ppiyiojuun ti. n.M.t, Agent, is Btpadwsy,
New Voik, ur to II. lIUUKsT.
'.'10 WtshlhKton aveou. Cairo, lilt,
FORWARDING I COMMISSION