Mrs. Mary Bordine, tbtough her attorney Capt. E. P. Allen, has filed a bilí for divoroe from her husband Ernest Bordine to whom sbe was married Deo. 23, 1891, on the ground of ciuelty and nonsupport. A peculiarity abont this particular divorce case is that both the man and woman have been parties to a divorce case before, but in esaotly reverse conditions. In September, 1893, Ernest Bordine, the defendant in tbis case sued Mary Bordine, the present plaintiff, for a divoroe. The oase dragged along nntil Jane, 1895, when prooeedings were dropped and the parties commenced living together again.