contain- por-. A PEKILOUS LEAP. Willi Plllman Jumps from a, McTlng : ' . Faasetttor .Trac. '.;-'': '.;-'': '.;-'': Willie Pillman.. a fon'rteen-vear-old fon'rteen-vear-old fon'rteen-vear-old fon'rteen-vear-old fon'rteen-vear-old boy. the son of a shoemaker living in the Twenty- Twenty- Attn n ard.. jumped from an out-goina out-goina out-goina pas- pas- seneerrain between Carthace and Hartweil yesterday eveniiiK. Tbe watchman of the bridge over Mlllcreek saw the boy and went to hi assistance.' Pirania to say. the boy es caped with whole bones and no external in juries.' He may have been injured internally. as he complained of pain in his stomach, which ne said struck fcitaitist the end or a lie. i ue watchman accompanied youflff rilb man to larthaaeaMd he was broiiKbt to Cum-mibsvillu Cum-mibsvillu Cum-mibsvillu on lb next train. The boy said he boarded tbe train, whictt leaves over the '.. il. mid !.. a't 5:1a. inimrl nt ,.n wlitK ges out five minutes Inter. Tnis tirst'traiir uoes u..t stop uiiii jinrmfii w retn Ued. . rillman sstd lie had no moner to pay his fare hack to naimiiivi(l.n'i did not want V ao any further away than ha was tvinn i.e llllllOert. He went out on tU wtr n1.lfm.ni of the last coach, ami as tiie pved of tin; tram -was -was slackened before oassina over the temporary structure over Mulcreek be made nia perilous lean. .... . . , M , U-liet.