ir reputation has depended upon their own intrinsic merits, and steadily and surely has their renown advanced.
To repeat all the disorders which they have been known to benefit, would be very nearly to copy the sad list of ailments to which our creaky frames are subject.
In short, spring water is good for the stomach, good for the skin, good for ladies of all possible ages, and for all sorts and conditions of men.
In stating the special properties of the individual springs, we have conscientiously endeavored to make this work as reliable and accurate as possible. Those who are familiar with the reputation and claims of some of the several springs in past years will notice many changes, but it is believed that the information herein given is on the best authority, and brought down to the latest date.
_The Analyses of the Saratoga Waters, by C.F. Chandler, Ph.D., of the Columbia School of Mines._