Clipped From The Pulaski Citizen

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 - In Chancery at Pulaski. David A. Inman,...
In Chancery at Pulaski. David A. Inman, complainant, Elvis Inman and others, defendants, IN this cause it appearing to t he satisfaction of th Clerk end Master from tfidavit that tho defendants Elvio Inman, John R. Inman, William Inman, Jackson Inman, (widow and children of Joseph C. Inman, dec.,) are non-residents of tho State of Tennessee, so that tha ordinary process of this Court cannot be served on them: On motion it is therefore ordered that publication be made for four weeks in succession in tho Pulaski Citizen, a newspaper published in the town of Pulaski in said State, requiring said defendants to be and appear on tho first day of the next term of the Chancery Court, to be held for tho county of Giles at tho Court Houso in Pulaski, on tho first Monday in March next, and answer complainant's bill, or tho same will be taken for confessed as to them and set for hjarinir ex-par!?. Dec. 15, lif.5. A. COX, C. & M.

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  1. The Pulaski Citizen,
  2. 12 Jan 1866, Fri,
  3. Page 4

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