Galveston Daily News, August 8, 1882
Captain Caldwell, of the state troops arrived this morning from Kerr county, where he reports everything quiet and a good cotton crop, the planters having already picked half a bale to the acre.
San Antonio Light, August 10, 1882
Messrs. Casper Real and James Sellers have been elected to represent the republicans of Kerr county in the congressional convention.
Galveston Daily News, September 12, 1882
A convention for the purposes of choosing a representative for the 84th district was held here on the 7th instant. Mr. Whitfield Scott, of Kerr County, was nominated by acclamation.
Galveston Daily News, October 25, 1882
Methodist Conference and Appointments. Kerrville circuit, H. T. Hill.
San Antonio Evening Light, October 28, 1882
Hon. John Hancock at Kerrville. Oct. 26.
On last evening Judge Hancock was introduced to an audience of about 50 persons by our fellow townsman, Hon. Jas. A. Tivey [sic. s.b. Tivy].
San Antonio Daily Express, November 19, 1882
To the Hon. T. M. Paschal, Judge of the 28?th Judicial District of Texas.
Resolved, that the death of John D. Nelson, deputy sheriff of Kerr county, Texas, the state of Texas has been deprived of a good citizen, in the prime of his manhood and usefulness, the county of Kerr has lost an honest and efficient public servant, and the people have lost a true and valued friend.
Ela, a little six-year-old daughter of a sheep farmer, died yesterday from membranous croup. The bereaved parents have the sympathy of the entire community in their loss.