In 1850's Arizona, Charles Poston fills many positions including the ability to perform weddings. After his arrival, Father McCabe declares all marriages invalid. A trial is conducted to settle things.
Sawbuck would give his left arm for a good set of teeth. When he saves a dentist's life on the trail they use some of Sawbuck's gold to make a set. But the two bandits that nearly killed the dentist have other plans for the gold.
A local blowhard is causing problems with his tall tales so the town fathers decide to make use of the situation. They create the persona of Deadwood Dick and it works so well that what was once fiction starts to seem like fact.
Sheriff McBain leaves home to arrest notorious gunslinger Sam Bolt for murder when he would prefer to see the arrival of his first grandchild. He encounters Pony, an associate of Bolt's, whose life he once saved and gains a needed ally.
A young Roy Bean rides into 1850's San Diego to visit his brother. Bad blood quickly develops between him and a local with Roy arrested for wounding the man. But is it justice for him to spend ten years in prison?
Tom does the mining and Rupert the cooking in a partnership, where any profits are split equally. But Rupert becomes suspicious of Tom's behavior, especially concerning neighbor Mrs. Daigle and interest in her farm.
A prospector who continuously loses bets and is subject to ridicule from a barroom crowd; thinks he has discovered salvation by betting on a fast Indian that he spots running near his mine. After winning a few bets and paying an opposing runner to throw a race; he loses again when the opposing runner uses some of his bribe money to pay the fast Indian to throw the race. However, the barroom crowd has a good laugh at his expense and he wins back the friendship that he lost while he was winning.
After Calamity Jane joins Wild Bill Hicock's show, her uncouth behavior causes Bill to think he made a mistake. When Bill tells her she should act like a lady he soon realizes he made a bigger mistake.
Ed Schieffelin has spent seven long years hoping to strike a bonanza but it always ends in failure. About to quit, he discovers what he believes to be a sure thing and convinces his brother to give up everything and join him.
Wilson and Winters have had many unproductive years mining when a young stranger arrives looking for a hideout. They lie to a sheriff about his whereabouts, than Redmond uncovers a lucrative gold strike. The race is on to file a claim.
An ex-convict is hired by Animas City, Colorado's mayor to be their marshal because no one else can stand up to the outlaws that rob every gold shipment that tries to leave town. Some of the gold miners don't trust their new peace officer believing he's in cahoots with the gangs.
A former cowhand now prefers to paint the life of the cowboy, which he feels is vanishing. While visiting his childhood home he must decide if using violence to protect that way of life in the face of inevitable progress is justified.
When a group of five men are ambushed by the Comanche, only two escape. But one other of the five men is still alive, and his dying sister's psychic bond with another woman may be his only chance for survival.
When a freight line's near impregnable strongbox is stolen by road agents, the proprietor's girlfriend finds her loyalties tested when she discovers her wounded brother is the safecracker for the gang.