;DARiO ROBBERY (.'Ginvtiittet! in Vv:m Day-li.v-.'t h: ;- ..1. Oeeperado Knocks Ccvu the Ciiuer, I Kliliu a lifcijositor, and Succeeds m Gett-i Gett-i Atrky vi.h &1.COO. Lima, Ohio, August 8. One of the it-oldest bank robberies and muiiiers ! ever pi i -.i. i.-.:te..l ii; this seciioii of ihe ! counity occurred al Columhus Grove, a , town "of about '2MH people, twelve, ! mdes noriii of here. Casiiii-r ilap.'e i : liait just (pencil the Exchange bank j I and laid om :,h-0 near the - cash win-1 : dow. A. about .S o'clock a man ap-j j pt-ared at the d-xirwith a revolver in j leacn hand. He immediatt ly began j shot-ting. Cashier Maple was struck j twice, once in the right arm and once j in the right side. As he fell to the Hour, and old farmer, Wil'i.nii Yiiiaiehrake, aged t;0. eniered ihetioor, having come to get the money lor some ho. s he had lust sold. Tile rol-ber turned ami shot him dead. A third man sai in the lobby of the hank parahzed wi-h fear, lie was not molest-i". The desperado then grabbed ijl&Hi in greenbacks, shoved them into the pocket.-- of hi- Coat and started out of the door si outing, "1 am a second Jesse JalJiev"' Quite a crowd had been attracted b ihe .shoo.ing, l.ut there was a scattering scatter-ing when the wild-eyed murderer appealed ap-pealed on ti e stieet, having a gun in eitdi hand and shooliug miJisci imi-nalely imi-nalely at the bystanders. Henry Buck was struck duwn by a bullet from the revolver. The fellow ran to the outskirts of the town and disappeared, lie is described as Mion alio neavv tri, oii aiuunn.1 ant! a small black mustache. He appeared ap-peared to he about SU or 30 years ot age. A posse as quickly organized, and Waited in pursuit. Another posse started from West Cairo, and all this "time the siieriif and the chiel oi police j were organizing aimed bands here to j ass-sl in the searcii. If found, the fellow will be shot do mi like a uog. It is thought the wounds of .Maple and Buck are not necessarily ' '. .'. Yainkbrake, w ho was killed, ...s a prosperous farmer in Union I township, lie leaves a large family. A big reward is offered for tlie capture of the villain. I Another story of the robbery at Col-j Col-j lumbus Grove " is as follows: This morning a si ranger entered the hard I ware siore adjoining the bank and ami asked for two revolvers. Aftei ! load ng them he presented the weapons I i al the proprietor's head, telling hiUi to 1 take his pay out of thai. He then tn-! tn-! it red ihe l.aiiK, and began shooting ill i i. .1. Maple, who was struck tw ice, j The roo'oer then seized lli,lHK and j started to inn, when a larnier attempt- ed to stop him. The farmer was shot i ;lt). n and iaially wounded. The dc.--i ; ei.i.io then got into ;i buggy which ;.n accomplice h;;d walling and the j couple iiiickly escaped. S"arching j-aili. s have gone out in every d lection. The robbers have not j been captured. Maple will recover, i Cashier Maple says: "Two men ! were i;i the bank, myself and A. C. C-j C-j l'ert. 1 was at my w icket renewing mdes. A boyish looking fellow with a j smooth face came in, he walked up to nlie wicket and pointing a revolver .said 'I want your money.' " ' '! thought it was one of the town j boys making sport because of so much ! show of lire anus and made a reply of some kind in that line, whereupon he blazed away. The hist shot gave me a wound in I he side and the second one ia m arm and the third o:ie missed me. I then grabbed my revolver, w hich only had one load in it, and tired. T shot too high, however, and missed. The robber started out and met Win. Yandemarhe just coming in. lie shot once at him, once up the stair way in the hall where nobody w as and ( once at a man driving try in a wagon. ! anil then started back into the bank. 1 was by this time standing by the cel-I cel-I lar way. x held him at bay with my : drawn 'revolver until he saw 1 could ; not shoot when he l-lazed away twice, ; making e ght shots tired in all. "1 do.lg, d into the cellar-way for i protect -on and with the door parlly 1 open saw the fi low reat h b hind the screen and take all the money there he could reach. The ainouin , as near as I can guess, was :', 1,'JOn anil he then deliberately de-liberately put it in his pocket and w alked on'. After this the fellow went to the P. Ac W. depot, where two men undertook un-dertook to slop bun, hut he eleaietl his way by promp'.lj drawing his gun. Maple is in no danger un.ess blood poisoning sets in. Yandt inarke was one the most substantial fanners of ti.e hiii 1 1 y. He was struck by the bullet on tlie right side below the ribs and injured internally. He cannot live.