Apollinaris Water

Sodium carbonate.. . . 2,835 grains

Sodium sulphate.....    335 grains

Sodium silicate......      10 grains

Magnesium chloride.    198 grains

Calcium chloride.....      40 grains

Potassa alum........      57 grains

Magnesium carbonate hydrate........    158 grains

Iron sulphate........      21 grains

Hunyadi Water

Magnesium sulphate.   400 parts

Sodium sulphate.....   400 parts

Potassium sulphate . .       2 parts

Sodium chloride.....     31 parts

Sodium bicarbonate..     12 parts

Water..............       1 quart

Lithia Water

Lithium carbonate. . . 120 grains

Sodium bicarbonate. 1,100 grains

Carbonated water.. . . 10 gallons

For "still" lithia water, substitute lithium citrate for the carbonate in the above formula.

Seltzer Water

Hydrochloric acid (chemically pure), 2,520 grains; pure water, 40 ounces. Mix and add marble dust, 240 grains; carbonate of magnesium, 420 grains. Dissolve, and after 1 hour add bicarbonate of sodium, 2,540 grains. Dissolve, then add sufficient pure water to make 10 gallons. Filter and charge to 100 pounds pressure.

Vichy Water

The following formula, based on the analysis of Bauer-Struve, yields an imitation of

Vichy (Grande Grille).

Sodium iodide......          0.016 parts

Sodium bromide....          0.08 parts

Sodium phosphate. .          2         parts

Sodium silicate..... 80         parts

Potassium sulphate . 125         parts

Sodium chloride.... 139         parts

Sodium carbonate... 6,792         parts

Aluminum chloride.          1         part

Strontium chloride. .          1         part

Ammonium chloride         3         parts

Magnesium chloride 24         parts

Calcium chloride. .. 170         parts

Manganese sulphate         0.46 parts

Iron sulphate.......          1         part

Sulphuric acid...... 40         parts

Water to make...... 10 gallons

Mix the first 7 ingredients with about 10 times their weight of water and filter. In the same manner, mix the next 5 ingredients with water and filter; and then the last 3 ingredients. Pour these solutions into sufficient water contained in a fountain to make 10 gallons, and charge at once with carbon dioxide gas. Waters like the above are more correctly named "imitation" than "artificial," as the acidic and basic radicals may bear different relations to one another in the natural and the other.