Mrs. Martha Paul, who lives near Chelsea, has been blind for ten years. The sight of the eyes was destroyed by :he irritation caused by the eyelids turning in, and the eyelashes continually rubbing on the b;ill of the eye. So rifiamed and diseased had the eyes become that it was almost impossible to teil that she had eyes. Dr. Carrow opened the eyes, cleaned off the sur!ace, out out some portions of the lids so that they could be kept open, and now she is beginning to see quite plainly with one eye. She is very happy over the result, and lavish in her praise of Dr. Carrow and the hospital. The singular thing about the case is that no one thought of having ïer come to the hospitül long ago. With help su UVsaï L hand bhe lias ived in pain and darkness all these years.