here, a handsome library table. ' LEAVITTS DROP FROM VIEW. Bryan's Artist Son-ln-Law and Wife Mysteriously Vanish. Si. Louis, lx?c. 16.—S 'J far as their St. Louis Vrleiuls know, Aiust WlUvani limner I.eavitt and h.s bride, who wns Miss Hulh Bryan, have dropped <jff llui miay. When last hoard ot they were leaving Clinton for St. Louis where they exported lo spend several days with the family of Colonel Thomas Thomas .1. Atkins, the newly appointed sub- treasuter at I his place. Mrs. Akins left Hmnansville at the same time that her guests of several weeks departed, and the understanding wus lhat they were to come on here and spend a. few days before going East. Mr. I.eavitt and Ills bride were In a runaway nt Humunsvllle a few days before their departure, and the artist bridegroom sustained a sprained ankle, lie snUI a few days later that lie thought It would be best to go to his home at Newport, R. I., to have his injury treated by the family phy sic.an. Just when; the ygutig couple couple are now is a mystery. ' The l.eavllts nre reported to be pressed for funds, and the young artist husband did not Unci his profession a profitable one hi the West, and his ef- | lorts to secure commissions making ; portraits and studies of well-known St. Louis women for St. Louis newspapers newspapers did not meet with success.