d. Correspondence from L. Newberges acknowledging the receipt of $108 on account for wholesale chewing and smoking tobacco materials. Letter is to J. J. Carnes from Memphis to Vicksburg (probably Miss.). March 5, 1873.
e. Correspondence from Mary Carnes of Lancaster County, to her daughter-in-law on December 26, 1883. (probably wife of J. J. Carnes, Vicksburg, Miss.). Exchange of protestation of good health and good cheer.
f. Correspondence from a M. H. Lowe to Cornith, Miss., writing to her sister in Colorado on June 20, 1874. Trivial family news.
g. Correspondence from an unidentified woman in Denver, Colorado, writing to her husband on January 10, 1874. Exchange of health and family finance news.
h. Correspondence from R. L. Hinton of Prescott, Ark., to his sister (apparently wife of J. J. Carnes) on January 8, 1881, thanking her for her letter of condolence after losing his wife and business.
i. A statement of $107 from L. Newberge's Cigar, Tobacco, and Pine Wholesaler of 316 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn. on March 4, 1873 to J. J. Carnes of Vicksburg (Miss.).
j. A Park Cemetery deed selling a NE quarter lot in a cemetery to J. J. Carnes by Timothy Regan, dated February 8, 1888.