Gustav Peltzer, of the firm of Tips & Peltzer, hardware establishment, returned to town last night from the ranch of Rees and Schreiner, in Kerr county, where he superintended the setting up one of their windmills. Mr. Peltzer reports rains throughout the country and fair prospects for this fall and winter. Gus. says he did not suffer from heartache.
San Antonio Light, October 14, 1884
For sale: 640 acres of land 8 miles above Kerrville, on the Guadalupe river; commands a good outlet, with fine grass, water and good natural protection. Price $2 per acre.
W. Scott of Kerrville is at the Southern.
San Antonio Light, October 24, 1884
G. W. Campbell, Sheriff of Montague, and Deputy C. C. Beard brought in a prisoner this morning charged with arson. He is supposed to be one of the culprits engaged in firing a court house in that section recently. The officers caught their prisoner in Kerr County. They are at the Central.
San Antonio Light, October 25, 1884
J. Vining, a sheepman of Kerr County, is at the Central with his wife and son.
San Antonio Light, November 4, 1884
Methodism. Appointment of Officers of the West Texas Circuit.
Kerrville circuit, Jacob M. Shuford.
San Antonio Light, November 22, 1884
From a paper read before the Medical Association, by Dr. R. Menger, of San Antonio.
Trichinosis has oftener occurred in different parts of our State. In Comfort, Kerrville, Austin, San Antonio and other places, occasionally endemics [sic] of trichinosis occurred. In Kerrville some years ago, a family of three persons died from trichinae, and specimens of infected meat were sent here for microscopical examination, the result of which you see on these micro-photos.San Antonio Light, November 25, 1884
Capt. B. C. Bunbury is at the Maverick, from his ranch in Kerr county.
San Antonio Light, December 1, 1884
J. C. Ingrain, a merchant of Kerrville, is at the Central. [Should be J. C. Ingram]
San Antonio Light, December 2, 1884
Mr. James Spicer and wife, of Kerrville, are at the St. Leonard.
San Antonio Light, December 3, 1884
Charles Schreiner, of Kerrville ... at the Menger Hotel.
San Antonio Light, December 10, 1884
Dr. G. R. Parsons, of Kerrville, is in the city.
D. A. Walker, an attorney of Kerrville, and Mssrs. W. Scott and A. M. Gilmer, merchants of that little city, are in the city.
San Antonio Light, December 16, 1884
Mr. Walker, an attorney of Kerrville, is in the city, on his way home from Austin.