Colorado Central Railroad Company
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Estray Records, 1865-1991
Collection — Box 1
Scope and Contents Estrays are valuable, tame animals (cattle or horses) found running at large or outside the limits of their usual range or pasture. Estray notices are filed when an animal is either lost or found wandering and presumed escaped from its owner. The animal is examined for a brand and its owner notified. If no owner is found in the brand records, the notice is posted, allowing the owner time to reclaim the animal. If not claimed, the animal is sold. This collection contains notices of animals...
Dates: Record Keeping: 1865-1991
Found in: Jefferson County Archives / Estray Records, 1865-1991
Railroad Aid Bonds, 1868-1873
Scope and Contents
Railroad Aid Bonds issued by Jefferson County to raise funds to give financial assistance to railroads. Bonds to aid in construction of the Colorado Central Railroad were issued Jun 1, 1868, due in 1883, with 8% interest. Total issue $100,000. Cancelled bond certificates have 5¢ or 50¢ revenue stamps affixed. Bonds for construction of the Golden City and South Platte Railway and Telegraph Company were issued Mar 18, 1873, due in 1893, with 8% interest. Total issue $50,000.
Dates: Issued: 1868-1873