FIGHT WITH BANK ROBBERS. I Night Watchman Opens Flro on a anff,of Burglars, Wounding at Irfnst One, but AH Escape. Lnncnsfr, Pa, Feb S Knrly today an attempt waa made to rob the Cap National bank nt (lap, Ta , sixteen miles east of thin cltj, ending In a lively exchange ex-change of shots between tho towns wntchman, Divld Stanilx, nnd tho burglars. Stainlx heard an explosion nt tho bank and found thiee or four men stnhdlng In flout of the building who ordered hlni to hold up his hinds SI11111K opened (lie on the burglars, w nun ling At lenst one, as there weie blood marks where they had been standing The robbers returned the tire, Stainlx backing away toward the home of tho cashier with the view of getting assistance When the shoollns began two or three other men rnn out of the Innk building, and, Joining their conirndes, dlsipptai-ed dlsipptai-ed In the darknesn An exanilnitlon disclosed the fact that the men lied attempted to blow the vault open with djnninlte or nltto-glyceilne, nltto-glyceilne, but without success. Knrly this morning a stronger stopped stop-ped at C.len u few miles cast of (1 ip and had wound In his J iw dressed He raid he hud received Injur j by falling from a ft eight train nnd striking 11 piece of Iron It Is believed he was the man wounded by the watchman One of the supposed robbers whoso wound was dressed at Glen was seen subsequently at Pirkeroburg. lie had a bad wound In the face.