Emma Estleman is seekingja divorce 'rom her lmsband Charles Estleman vho is serving a term of five years in jrison ou the charge of arson. They vere married Oct. 6, 1890, and have one child. Shortly after the Estleman narriage their house in the township of York canglit flre and was burued. Au ittc-mpt was made to collect the insurance from the Germán Farmers' "nsurance Co, and they suspected soinething and engaged M. C. Peterson to work up the case. The wife was a yonng girl and Estlemau was convieted in the circuit court of having oaused his wit'e to set fire to the house. She escaped punishment and uow desires to be freed from him. The injunction in the case of Bennett A. Jones vs. Alta C. Jones has aeen dissolved by consent The injunctiou restrained him from disposiug of his personal property or disposing or incumbering seven acres of land in London, Monroe county. The case was a divorce case brongh aitsr 4 years of married life.