Galveston Daily News, January 5, 1883
[news from Austin] Representative Scott, of Kerr, arrived today.
San Antonio Evening Light, January 20, 1883
Hotel Arrivals: At the Central Hotel, W. E. Franklin, Kerr County.
At the Hord Hotel: Mrs. A. L. Barnett, Kerrville.
San Antonio Evening Light, January 25, 1883
Hotel Arrivals: At the Vance Hotel, J. W. Paxton, Kerrville.
At the Menger hotel: W. A. and Mrs. Cooper, Kerrville.
San Antonio Evening Light, February 6, 1883
Mr. Constant de Wael has arrived here from Junction City. He reports that between Kerrville and Boerne the stage in which he was riding fell from an embankment a distance of some fifteen feet but that the passengers, three in number, were not injured.
San Antonio Daily Express, February 22, 1883
Wanted by the Commissioners of Kerr County, Texas.
Plans and estimates of cost to be submitted to the...courthouse in Kerrville, on the first day of May 1883, for a jail and addition to courthouse not to exceed a cost of twelve thousand dollars.
San Antonio Evening Light, February 27, 1883
Mr. B. C. Richardson is quartered at the Hord hotel.
Galveston Daily News, March 2, 1883
From Bandera Bugle: We have heard that Mr. Oakly, of Kerrville, has lost 14,400 head of sheep, and Mr. Scott has lost severely too. All over the northern part of the county the sheep are very badly scattered, and it impossible to get them all together.
San Antonio Evening Light, March 12, 1883
Representative Scott and Miss Scott passed through the city en route to Kerrville.
San Antonio Evening Light, March 24, 1883
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Page, of Kerrville, ... are guests at the Vance hotel.
San Antonio Evening Light, March 29, 1883
Mr. R. H. Burney of Kerrville, is visiting the city.
Galveston Daily News, April 7, 1883
The Junction City Texas tells how a sensible and kind-hearted merchant took an improvident farmer out of the slough of despond:
Mr. Chas. Schreiner, who lives in Kerrville, had a customer who was rather reckless of his ways and means. He had run a large account in the store, and had given a mortgage in a sufficient amount to cover his entire estate, and there was no indication of the man holding up, and there were no indications of his paying the debt. Mr. Schreiner said to the man: "See here, let me manage for a while, and see if I can't bring you out of debt." The man said agreed. Mr. Schreiner went out to the farm and said to the man: "Now plant this field in wheat, this one in oats, this one in corn, and this one in cotton." And when the man sent his wagon to the store for supplies, Mr. Schreiner took the bill and cut it down about one-half, and said to the man: "Now try and see if you can't get along with that. This was kept up for two years, when the man paid every cent he owed, and had some to spare.
San Antonio Light, April 12, 1883
Mr. W. N. Cooper, of Kerrville is a guest at the Hord hotel. Mr. W. N. Cooper is an Englishman who is editor and proprietor of the Kerr county Chronicle, which is shortly to be started in Kerrville.
San Antonio Light, April 16, 1883
Mr. S. J. Thomas, a merchant of Centre Point, in the city.
At the Central Hotel: S. J. Thomas, Centre Point, and J. Vining, Kerrville
At the Hord Hotel: F. M. Moore, Kerrville
Galveston Daily News, April 17, 1883
Bandera Bugle of Friday: Captain Charles Schreiner, of Kerr County, ... says that himself and Mr. John Lytle will drive this year about 25,000 head of cattle.
San Antonio Light, April 19, 1883
At the Center Hotel: J. R. Storms, Centre Point; R. F. Gregory, Kerrville
San Antonio Light, April 26, 1883
A. Cooper, editor of the Kerrville Chronicle, is in the city.
San Antonio Light, April 27, 1883
Frank A. Douglas, lawyer of Kerrville, is at the Central [Hotel].
San Antonio Light, May 14, 1883
The Hon. W. Kerr and lady, of Kerrville, are at the Hord hotel. Mr. Kerr is a prominent sheep raiser, and is Secretary of the State Woolgrowers' association.
San Antonio Light, May 30, 1883
Mr. and Mrs. Oakley, from Kerrville, are at Mrs. Sappington's.
San Antonio Light, May 31, 1883
At the Hord hotel, ... R. H. Bourney, Jr., Kerrville.
San Antonio Light, June 2, 1883
At the Hord hotel, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Cooper, of Kerrville.
At the Central hotel, Dr. A. Northcote, Kerrville.
San Antonio Light, June 8, 1883
Mr. Oakley left Mrs. Sappington's this morning for Kerrville, but intends to return.
At the Central Hotel: T. R. Kennerson, Kerrville.
San Antonio Light, June 9, 1883
At the Central Hotel: J. C. W. Ingram, Kerr County.
San Antonio Light, June 13, 1883
At the Hord Hotel: J. P. Johns and two children, Centre Point.
At the Central Hotel: M. Wenzel, R. F. Gregory, Kerrville.
San Antonio Light, June 16, 1883
At the Central Hotel: F. A. Douglass, attorney of Kerrville.
San Antonio Light, June 22, 1883
Mr. and Mrs. H. Cooper, from Kerrville, are at the Hord.