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THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 12, 1891.
7 DELVINGFORTREASURE CeaselessSearch for the Eirlb's Hid^^den letilt GRANITE MOUNTAIN MINES Do'na-sof the Bl-Metallic Company^-The Flint Creak Dlatrlct-^Coour d'Aieno News-A^Klch Discovery. Fromthe I h.llpibure Mail. Arather startling- ri.mor has been coins^tli^ rounds in raining circles for the past^week or so. It may be untrue, but where^there is considerable smoke there must^be a little lire. It is this: that ihe 111-^Metallic Mining company havu started a^crosscut south In their main working^shaft on tbo James C. lilaine lode from^ilit 700 foot level, with the evident inten^^tion of exploring the IUttlesnakc ground,^the piupcny of tbe Ei s ibeih coinpatijr. Underthe old Wist Granite manage^^ment all of tbe underground workings^Irom tho RatilesoaUu shuft were to the^nurih, in the vain hope of striking tbe^l/i nine lead, but since then the Granite^company buvo proven the existence of a^V' ry rich vein of oro directly east and ad-^J nning tbo Hattlcsnakc, in tbe Sunnysido^clnitn. Erenat the time tbo West Granite was^in lull bloom it Is a well known fact that^some expert miners who were beavy^stockholders earnestly advised the man^^agement to run a crosscut from the^liattesnake shaft to thetrsoutti side lines,^and bad this boon flono it is more than^probable, that the West Granite company^would still bo in existence an I possib.y a^great hullioti producer. iftlio iSi-Meiall'C c -mpany are doing^this, it is of course duiug it witb the con^^sent and knowledge of tot-Elisabeth com-^puny, and if successful, as they almost^unquestionably will be, tlio Elisabeth^company's stock will M l^ ^ again the^he:.I to lru^1n in ami the most active ou^tuo St. Leu s market. So:nenf these i!rvm it will be proven^beyond question tb.it there are leads^I'o li to tiio m.rth an 1 south of the great^Granite, with p euty a| par in them, and^that tluy contiuuo in richness eleur to^the western contract. This would have^been clearly dt nioustrnted years ago but^lor the fact II.ai in none ol the leads ly-^1113 in tbo granite formation in this dis^^trict in there any r.ch ore near tho sur^^face, and everybody knows that it tale -s^lots of mom y to dt velop them, llut^with the East Gr.mto working M the^south, (ami it is almost certain that that^roui| uny's wiks will not long lie idle,)^and Charlie ( lark's continual hammer^^ing on all of his 1 rt^i ertu s to tne north,^it will not be lontr until tbo Flint Creek^ilistrict will bo clearly in the lead of all^other districts yet discovered as a silver^producer. Cneur1!' Alslisi Mines. FromHie Mullaii Inlniuc. Ontho K iighird, an extension of tbe^Kdlbuck, at O-bnrn, the owners, Messrs.^Little, Kanisey anil Dr. Kelley, have^struck the Killhnck ledge and on Monday^showed us sc me quarts carrying con^^siderable silver and lead. Development^work will be pushed ahead us rapidly as^men and money can do it on tho King^bird, and ly the time winter sets in we^expect to see it a producing mine. ThoGeorgo brothers, owners of tbe^Killhnck, have bteiioirored *-'.^^ per ton,^net, for all the Killbuck ore th^y could^eeliver at tbe Pioneer Sampling work-,^lielweoti Wallace and (^^burri. They^have several car loads on ibeir dump and^it is probable they will soon begin ship^^ping. HenryHarrow, a farmer living a mile^and a half southwest of Garllehl, while^boring a well, struck what is pronounced^to be a line quality of (-.otter's clay.^Should this opinion bo correct, it may lie^a valuable find, for the stratum is 10 loot^in thickness, and lies near tho surface. CaptainKrsticr made a new antimony^discovery last week. From tbe cropping*^be has icreived a very satisfactory assay, Messrs.E. M. Heyburn and H. N. Free^^man huve let a contract to run 100 feel of^tunnel in their chum, the Mineral Wealth,^a l.ulf mile south of Oil.urn. Tito new^muni II will be run abou' 100 feet below^the old tunnel in which a vein of galena^was encountered a month or so agu. AngusSutherland showed us a piece of^very nice look n*- *^rc, that was taken^from the Ewing one day last week. The^Ewing is on Boulder Gulch west of the^Central. CyrusKandall came over from the St.^Regis Thursday morning after having^spent considerable time during Ins assess^^ment work on claims that lie in the^country. He informs us that Thomas^Lynch, Dick Ea-tman and himself have^just told out a claim to a Mr. Lun.tx, for^*l,OO0| the consideration (King cash. AN'rw I'hllipsburg Company.^11 sMsJ M ibe M^ntlariL I'HlLiPKiicKii,Aug. 11.^Last night the^Maliitgbt Mining A Milling company^was orgauitsil anil stocked at 3J0.090^shares, par value (^ per share. O.ie hun^^dred and fifty thousand shares was placed^in tbe treasury and 25,000 will bo placet]^mi the market at :f^ cents per share. Tho^officers elected to serve for the first three^months are: President, T. M. Dur-^Ice; vie* president, Thomas F. Hynes;^secretary, Valentine Jucky; treas^^urer, Allen R. Dearborn. The company's^ground is situated just above Philips-^burg, and tbey are now shipping 1,600^tons of ore per week to tbe Loxingtou^mill. Tho shaft is down over 10J feet,^and there is lots of good oro in sight in^both drifts each side of tho shaft. George^H. Babcock is the general manager, and^be is figuring with John MacG.nness,^representing the Tuttle Manufacturing A^Supply company of Anaconda, for a new^hoist. Tbey are at present using a whim. AKleh l.edse.^The Moscow Mirror reports that some^miners while prospecting on the bald^mountain northeast of Mtscow last week^discovered a ledge of line gob-bearn g^quarts. The discovery is within 31) yards^of tbe top of tile mountain on the south^side. A small piece of tbe quarts was^burned anil bn ken up, alter winch it was^pr uned. A quantity of line gold remained^in the putt indicating that the ledge was^very f ich. Several f-st-cricre -^1 miners^are now engaged in protecting in the^vicinity for ether lodges, anil consider tbe^find tho lie nest made in that ilistrict. HAL POINTER AND YOLO MAID.^Diicripilou of iiit. Usee at Hufftlo Last^1 liarHsay. Fromthe I'.ulTiilo Exprcts, An t 7. Tbofre.-for i.il pacing raee was the^(vent of the day, and when the four fast^ones appeared die spectators showed theirojipr. t ntiou by lii-eral applause.^V.'ardwel! ha I been scratched, and the^drawing for the oilier, resulted in Yolo^Maid getting tho polo, Dallas second, Hal^Pointer third, Johnston fourth. Tbe^people were all ai.xious to see whs I tbe^Maid could do, but tbo report of past^trial ruiics trotted by her did not prevent^Hal Pointer selling a strong favorite at^(50 to $11 on tbe field. Tbe bookmakers^' Iftreti (2 to (8 on Pointer, 94 to 13 on^Yolo Mam, ^8 to (2 on Johnston, aud 130^to fx on Dallas. Even money was^wagered on Hal Pointer against the^lit Id. The race proved that the others^were willing to lot Yolo Maid light tbe^favorite all alone. Mr.Martin kept tbem scoring for tbe^first 1 i at until they got away in pretty^style, Yolo Maid slightly in the lead. Sbo^increasi'Cl tbe lead at tbe quarter, Dallas^comii g second, Johnston third and Hal^Pointer fourth. Tbey kept these positions^at the half and three-quarters, strung out^and all going smoothly. Past the three-^ciuarlcrs Johnston beg in coming up, but^Cicero let out Hal Pointer and coming into^the stretch began to give tbo Maid a hard^fight for it. She made a game struggle^under the ^ hip, but Hal was too much for^lie-, and passed under tbo wire with a^respectable lead. Dallas finished third^and Johnston fourth. Tbe mile was^made in the good time of 'l:\0%. Mutuals^pai I |7 40. HalPointer stock went up (50 to (6 in^the auction pools before tbe secon 1 beat.^The bookmakers asked f-i against j-l. On^Yolo Maid they gave $20 to $5, on John*^^ton i.ti to $5, and $-5 to ^ on Dallas.^They got another pretty start, but at the^turn both Dallas and Johnston broke.^The Maid Hun had a single-bsndcd mht^of it all tho way around. She swept^around ibe three quarter pole leading Hal^Pointer by two lengths, and many thought^be could not catch her. Coming into tbe^stretch, however, Goers once more urged^Hal Pointer and the celding resnoneled^nobly, gaining toot after foot. McDonald^on ibe inside diew his whip, but was^beaten out by a luck, as beiore. John-^stun improved Ins former position by locat^^ing out Dallas, Th ^ mile was a second^slower. Mulna's paid fti.'11. Therewas no belling in the auctions on^tho third heal, as Hal Pointer was too^strong a favorite*. It was behoved that^nothing cou'd bent him. Tho bookmak^^ers offeroii $15 against $100 on Hal Pointer,^with ibe odtls on the others ulioiil the sunn^ns before, 'j hey got away witb Y.^'^Maid a b t'g h hack, but she wanted the^pole and took it, too, at the turn, leading^by a length, Hal Pointer second, 1.alias^third. At the half It become apparent^that Gei rs was out for three straight,^and be hustled up after Yolo Msid with^^out wasting any time. At the three-quar^^ters Jobustoti was also coming up strong.^Down die stretch they all paced fast and^the three passed Yolo Maid, who seemed^to weaken u little. Hal Pointer crossed^the wire* an e'asy winner by two or three^lengths, an I in a hot fight for second^place Johnston beat.Uallas out. Tho mile^was paced in 11:11. Muluals paid fti.lo. aSoleanie Krt^|^llon.^Colima, Mexico, Aug. 11.^This morn^^ing the volcano of Col.ma began to show^signs of eruption, and after a time the^whole city became covered with ashes.^This is the most extensive eruption ever^known here and there is fears that a great^many lives will be lost. HOFOR CASTLE! JhcQreat Carbonate Camp. LIVINGSTON ^ AND i CASTLE DailyStage Lin*. % rEVENTIMES A WEEK^^ THROUGH IN TEN HOURS* Comfortabletoadies. Good Horses anj careful Drivers njv-lltscnrrrsserved with aa A 1^r.innnlli li Van Hollie s. FARE,$700. ROUND TRIP, $12,00.^JOHNNY LEWIS. Proo. MontanaUniversity. LetterI coils, bill l eads, job printing of^rrery elcscnolioa neatly Uono at lbs^M1M.HIJ otitic. UNIVERSITYPLACE. NEAR HELENA FillTerm Ore's Sep:*niter 3, 1891. inurses nt Inttruct'on ^'. College, t. Colics^^rrvpir lory. .-, but uses. 4. ^^ end. t,^Mt- e 0, An, a s i Inst U'tlon in t^ mnton^Brain bei. AbleInstructors. ElegantBuilding pw-f na 'or catalogue 10 t1 e i reiki-nt,^F. P. TOWER, A. M., D. D. IbIIIkiTTbiK ^ 1 e-OLliT ol- 1I1K TH1KU^.hen. .1.1 l^i-ti cl ^ f to- M ^v ^r Muii.una.^^tinsaui.a wine ^ n, 11 nut in. vs .lonnlt v\ listen.^Cim tint. Miitin o: - Th- ^iate of M n s .a^sioos rieetlntr to .John it. %Vi...l-n. ths abuts^us': uVfrnitat.t You art- hex hy r*t|U ^^ i to^appear In ho action bp iikdi ava nst you l^y the^above named i4.il'.tin la th Uistrk t toon of^the i i in: .lu.ii- ^ l-l-l:iit .,f lie stile.i Mm^ii^ta. Id hihi for tbe e^uuty of peer l^dgs, sad^teariswir tbe mm plain'- i led I herein within^i-'ii, svs. exc.us ve of t:i^* t ay of s.-rvi ^^-, slier^tie-sen ice i ii ^oi ofihis fumm-iii-. if s-ncilin^lies reontv. ottierwise ft-ry cios.-r lonynsnas^by tianni.1 wilt i-e talis i agai-i it v - u. sen rtlin-e^I- ] layer Of ssld n mp :-l:il. 'H'e said setteii U^broti.bt is^ btiin a uecf-s. of th ^ ^ nrttodls-^oolvs the bonos or pia-rtmony Heretofore a* 4^^-\istlni- between i-l.-itintt i.ntl lofet dai'. up*^tin- i;iotisid ot will:ul tdiaiidontnen' .-lid -liser-^tinn. Ail 4 whavo Witt trq f qsoear i toeooov^ptsmt mi nle I eri-in And veil in- b eby t o^itfleil that It von tail l-^. ti|^-ar su-l ^m -wi r -:is^ci-gsal.it-t ss abovo leqtitred, ti e pis ti'ltl wia^sobs) I^ lb- SO ri ur the relief den ^u-ie-i In^p.ait till s icmi'l ^u t : e un-.-'i mv ua-itl and osd of lbs I' strl -t^fourt. in on.! t-r 'li- e nu:y of 1) ^: I ^-no.^stale ol ^o- t e n, tins IMtidsy of J i \. His^^^ r cf our Lot J ens tnuusand oiKht ...drat^and nioot\-one. WEI.LINtiKAPItiN, tliK.^I. U'Lcauv, AtUiruey for 1'uu.tta. CATCHESTHE WORM 17 TheStandard's Lightning Express to Butte. ItsEarly Edition (or Western Montana, Andits Daily Increasing Mail and Express Facilities HAVEBOMB US MOM M;^Y KM) All EITOTI05S! I TIS THE I-IRST PAPER READ BY PASSENGERS COMING INTO^the State on the Northern Pacific, I nion PacinC and Great Northern Rail^^ways. It has a News Bureau in every town of importance in Montana, and^its Special Correspondence covers the whole Northwest C-STWehave made arrangements by which traveling Montanans can get their^Favorite Paper in Every LhrceCity in the United Sthtes itCan Now be Found on File at the Following Hotels: NhwYork^Filth Avenue, Windsor. Gilscy and Hoffman. ChicagoAuditorium and Grand Pacific. SanFran'cisco^Palace and Baldwin.^Salt Lake^Knutsford. St. Paul^Ryan. PortlandPortland. Tacoma^Tacoma. MinneapolisWest.^Seattle^Rainer. OrdinanceNo. 76. Anordinance transferring money front the^pewer, Itoad and lUi; r'uuds 10 the Urneial Fund. Hrif onfiTfniif Itythn i nunril ^^( Ihr ^ Uu nf^.tnoronif i: eeetioul.That the amount of moiiev to the^crt iht of the des fund, amountioir to si 1- 7s, he^ard 'lie city treasurer is heioliy dlm-tcd to^tin inf. 1 the name to the- cretin of the kci e-rsl niul. mt,2. There sbs'l lie Irsisferred t mi oranly^fiom th-Sewer fuud to the i; Q r.n tutnl Ibe^sum ot f'.-.issi. * Mt.X 1 ner - shall he truusfi-rrol lemi-n .it ily^from the road fuui to the iteiieisi fuud the sum Ol* 1 i ml hee.4. Thecty treasurer Is hereby tllrt-i-te-d^to nuti- hsorlj trOSMOfffl nn nis h joks. 1^oars' ami approved tint Mill ua. of August,^A. U. ls'JI. II.ItKiiMoND, Mayor. Attest: Ji.iinC. Kmh ish, t'lly Cleik.^On 1 St ok i nr 1 n t t it 1 k 1 ily of Anacouila. ss^Pnoi Lnagoessnoty,Shatonl Montana \ Ihereby certify that the above ami foregoing-^^ r-lluaiice was reiculinly put upon its niialo-s-^saxe ami ilulv pahsi-il by the city ctsiueil of the^city of Atirtcemla. slid appnive-J by Ibe mayor of^said city on tne lisli day of Aiirusi, A. I^. isnl. Isr.Al'.]JtlH^ t'. fc.NUI.IHH, tityt'leik nf tbe City of Anacouila, .wont Tsjiilitt.wrAi-n.ii aiio\ ioiui ilM-^Xs bcr- In accordain e with the iirnvis.ous of^tin' tules and nnulailous preserihiHl by^the lli-iioral. ^ secrinry or the iBltrior, Maya,^Istil, the uuiisrsisiii il. t.eoftrey tjiteii, whose Eist.lllee ad JIOSs is Hlltte, m.ver How co.li lt,^iintoiia, li- ten j son notice that, at ihr ^ xpl-^rsiion of iwenty-nne iUys ttom the flrst pubu-^caiinn of this notice, b will make an anphca-^tton tti the lltiunrable hecrilsrv of ihe In.^teller foi |M-rmisslon in cut unit rem^^ve timber^for luerclO'iilts*. by eu.tiuxaui! co ivsrtint; Into^niiiiLer ai.d m ne tl nti -is, from tbe f--l.owing^111-urveyett a d 1111:11 ctoprfsu-1 public lan is,^mi,1 tul In Ho r niitv of Mli-on .1. Mate of^Montana, ami O t 11 In tl ss fohuss, in wilt ^ ^^^^gluiiini-St ihe N it h 1 n r.n fl iiiino ul 1.rut -e^wlurh crosses L'ss is K^^ifc of us loliiml'ia^rivi r. on-ut i.ve miles ^ --.t of 1 n nut - n tails,^i-tiil knosu ss aim rattan Hie lielkuan br ilk'*,^in: thence em bra- lint a tr.iei ^ f lui -I llv^ ml es^ID sxlih 011 ea- h - me of.^ .1 1 or 1 lei l ^ 11 shIi!^1 lirk's Kork ef bei'oiuinbia river and ru-iiiinc^e is ^ 1 ^^ Bp 11 e sal 11 Ur. s 1 urk of the 1 mum.^bi t river, an. u butt ml.es to the southwest^bo .nd ry of the KIs beso Indian n-sei lotion,^t'OUlalllinx about *V , isi acies Als1 f.i thil e.-itaiii tiu.-i of 1 ^n 1 hei-liiulng^at titf n.oiitb f tbe Mi snula river and cnih-a.--^live ml si in w..I1I1 mi ess h nsleef ami par^^allel to the said M is sou a ilver, and iuuhIiil-^Soiuberly and ra terly about foitv hve mi es up^tin-sanl Mist uiartv.r, :.. a p dnt where the^raniie litis be ween roogi s BMM M west of Ibe^priticipal Mnntsna mernllau would crt it sail^1 iv t, cnntauiii g about.so,- acies. ano lor that certain tratt ^if land b-e tinitig^at tbe luouth of tin- m K*u s llorgia 1 iver and^cmliraclDn nve mln-s i-i wid'li oil each si.ie of^St..I 1 .-trail.-i to the s .1 1 m lte.-i^ Merit a river,^and runiil ,g tsoterl,- up tns isd -t Meg.s^louts il. r twmty nuns, euuialuing about^I i. o.sirio Aa 1 foi mat certain Inci of lai d, beginning^a' .he mi-nth of -hi lln-iuoson river ami snt*^brsi-t- g five miles 111 wnltknu earn side of and^I aisllel tn the so .1 llomp-011 river, ami run^^ning ucrthfrrjr twenty iiii .s upihctsbl lliouip-^son river, eon ainiut; abo il 1 si,'-o seres Ibetotal area ^.f tlieaUne ilesenneit tracts^l^ about ^7uu^^ sen--, but 't In riiw-l t^u irtiib,01 ; -hi asrss t si all able timber Inan. ibebmbor gruwing and stttOidii ilieieon^consist* tf t.-imurm k about - v t^ .ooteet. sniuce^slsi t Gon. iofoet, nr aiituii r.oouoo feet, e.-.lar^about l.(^^i. isi fret, eottouwood alsjot luu.iwo^feel, an.I plnnabeut ^ .is ,,,0s^ net. Ihe character of th- laud I- rouik sad tnoun-^talnout and witli the etceptioo of smo'l tray-is^on Ibe ti,ot and ricek b-atnuis Is untie h i ,i^n^cultural purteises, tiKOI^ BEV LAVtI.1.^July ta. tm. $500Reward ! WFwill ptiT tl., ahoro rrw^H fm *njr ra^* rt IMf rnvnioviiit. I^^-wfM*rnii.4, f irk ii- aviovrhc, Itodi.rnffftioa r*r^t ttp^iis^tior ^ usi v. .rot 1 Mini run* vita U .-^t g^'^^nAbtoLiTfirg*!!!*,* Ii-n t1..- tl.nvti..ffw ^^.^^^ ttr..tljr^^^nip.|r.i ^ iih Th f ^rc |.^r* r V'grfktm. mml nc*tr^I tllto rlv* ^^tl^fa^ ti ,n. 9 :r-jr^'e^*to^] L^TT* ^^^^^^^^^^ uMUiltiiia; Sti |',||^, ri ^ rnt ! * ^ nf * f .-ouiil. - U t'a^^^4 Imi* .iiuoia, Hi^ miiM m tiuf.i^ tur**^1 ou.y trj THESMITH DRUG COMPANY.^^sols lot vr^- NORTHERNPACIFIC BetweenMissoula, Garrison, Helena,^Butte City, Boxeman, Livings,^toe, Billines, Miles City^and Glendive and^all Polatt EAST HND WEST. ThereIs oothlnt better than the^service on THEDINING CAR LINE. IlrooghPullman Sleeping Cart and Kurnlshsd^iourist aleeix-rs Daily Between Pom la in MONTANAo*^ THE EAST. UOMiles the Sbortest LIB^ U^ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS AND CHICAGO 1-sctt.rtoast trams passing through Mimie^mi... .North Dakota, Muu rna. Idaho. Oreg hi^at-I wastiiBKtou eitrry ct-tnnlete et)nipmeu' of^J1 .mail l'.iusc.- ^leepinit * an, Kust and Nst-^1 hi 1 last Coaches. 1111 ina-i louiist sua I-roe^telenis' bieetiers. sud kic^aat Duuug ears THROUGHTICK6TS Are^etd at all million offiees of the Northern^laclfltt labroud to points North, has, houth^and West ib tbe Iuttetl Sustes aud Canada. -TIVKM IIHDUI.K-^aJUUVB ar utrrn. Nolr7-Hnrelian t^|-it^s. Jip. m. .s.i*.p.Ill^.4 si p. 111^In ^'. 1 III. I - :tJ p. UL ;Jo p. m. im Pony evpri ss Ne^ Atlantic mail No.- Krtioithe vest v.^- .laaud llrleiia eiprets DitrAHrHU m lit i ik. No.I^rseifle u .... No^ raribc Msii, through nam No.4^ Atlantic mall4 JO p. m. No.lis^boreuiali slpit-stloisip. m No.lid^pt.tiyexpress7 15a. tn V^ Is aim Helena ri|.rest^ ^^-a in I-'11.111 estiress aiiites and leaves irom^H 1 . r 1 Pacific d^ pot. Not. s sud 4, west an t^rast it.tilid, artive at ami leave from M--niana^Liuon deisd. ^os. 1 un-1 Scarry local man. I. r Itales. Maps, I line 'tables or .-,^^,is. In.^fern a ten apply to any sgeul. Northeru faclllo Ian10i*d HAltl.KS k. J/EK.^nSH nger BM 1 it-ket Aieut,^tit. Paul, M na^JA1I1 h M.t AIU.^tjeneral Agent.^:. last llroailway. Hutte. Moid. THECHICAGO.^MILWAUKEE 8T.PAUL RY. Itthe Fast Moil Short Line from St, i'aul^and Minneapolis via. La (.'ross sn^l Mil-^wnitkee to Chicago anel all t ^^its In the^Kastt rn States anel Canada. It it tho only^line under one management between Bb jPaul and Chicago, and ta the Finest^I : ^ ^-^l Railway In the Northwest. It^it only line running I'ullinau Drawing^K1e.n1 Sleeping Cars with luxurious Mtn-k-^ing rooms, anel the finest eliuing ears in Ith- world, via the famous ^River Hank^Route,^ along the shores of l'cpin and^the beautiful Mississippi River toMilwau-^kse and Chicago, lis trains connect with^^hose of tho Northern lines 111 the QsbbbI^I'n.on Depot at M. I'aul. No change of^tars of any class between St. I'aul and^( - il'^- For through tickets, tinio tables^and full information apply to any coupon^ucsot agent in tho Northwest. J.B. LOS EE.8ILVEN HUGHES, S. A. ESTES. PresidentSecretary. Treasurer. THE WHNUFRCTUREHSOR ft TieFinest Silica Brick FORFURNACES AND OVENS Inuse at the large Smelters of Uutte and Anaconda where^they give better satisfaction than any hitherto^tested, surpassing the Colorado and^imported brick formerly used. PricesBelow Competition. FreightRates Moderate. QuickDelivery Guaranteed.- THESTANDARD FIRE BRICK Ot, HNHCONDH. roONTHNH.