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Certificates of Analyses


From the Laboratory of the School of Mines Columbia College, 49th St

And Fourth Ave, New York, NY August 7, 1875

To Hiram Ricker and sons:

Gentlemen the sample of Poland Mineral Spring water submitted to me for examination contains in the one United States gallon 231 cubic inches.

Sulphate of Potassa 0.1562 grain

Chloride of Sodium 0.2636 grains.

Carbonate of Soda 0.1333 grain.

Carbonate of Lime 1.2287 grains

Oxide of Iron and Alumina traces

Silica 1.1197 grains

Organic and Volative Matter 0.2332 grains

Total: 3.6759 grains

The water is colorless, tasteless and alkaline.

Respectfully, you’re obedient servant,

C F Chandler Ph D

Prof. of Analytical and Applied Chemistry