Caine travels to Lordsville looking for his grandfather. On his way he helps a man attacked by indians and the man gives him a map to a goldmine. Caine gives the map to an old preacher who helped him.moreless
At Herman's insistence, Eddie takes up an instrument--the trumpet. Herman has faith that his son's awful playing will get better--but the family doesn't want to wait to find out. Grandpa creates a potion to make him good. However, he must make it again when Mr. Gateman is coming, and since the potion wasn't exactly the same, Eddie turns into a defiant hipster.moreless
At Lily's suggestion, Herman goes in to Mr. Gateman asking for a raise. Herman comes home and tells Grandpa he got fired. He doesn't want Lily to know, so he goes looking for work, pretending he still works at the parlor. He has serious trouble at each of his new jobs.moreless
Abel Goss, the photographer who took Lucas' wedding photograph, is in North Fork doing a portrait of Mark standing in the street. When Goss sees Col. Whiteside and his sidekick Jamison, he recognizes them as the butchers who tortured him and others while he was captive in their prisoners of war camp. When Lucas stops him from killing them, Goss swears to kill those men. Whiteside planned to call Goss out, but he had Jamison shooting from the upstairs hotel window, as his insurance. When the shots are fired, Whiteside is dead, shot in the back, and his gun hadn't been fired. Goss is arrested and at the trial Lucas and Mark have different testimonies. Mark reenacts the scene in the street, and Lucas backs Mark's theory , using the photographic negative Goss had shot of Mark.moreless
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