Clancey returns to Seattle with Candy's brother & sister, as well as an engagement ring Jeremy requested for Candy. When Candy learns her mother died and her siblings need to stay in Seattle, she tells Jeremy she cannot accept his proposal.
Clancey receives a visit from his brother Ned, a priest whom he has convinced that he owns most of the businesses in Seattle. More chaos follows when a band of thieves hear of Clancey's supposed wealth.
When the town folk hunt for an aggressive bear, Jeremy sees a bear and kills it. However, it was a trained, gentle bear, and the soldier that trained the bear wants revenge against Jeremy. Jeremy tries to find a way to repay the man.
An Indian family is murdered by trappers, leaving only a young son alive. The Bolt brothers befriend him, teaching him to speak English, learn how to fit into society, and then find him a home to live with his own tribe.
The town wants a railroad built through Seattle and plans to invite the governor into town to see the need for the railroad. To entice the governor, the town wants Jenny Lind to perform at a celebration, knowing the governor will attend.
Obie, a well-respected worker, tells Joshua he is quitting because there is no Africa-American woman in town for him. Joshua comes up with a plan. He hires an entertainer to visit Seattle for a performance and hopes the two fall in love.
Jeremy and Joshua go to Tacoma. They go to a saloon and play roulette and win the saloon. But what they don't know is that the owner let them. The next day they meet at his lawyer's, so that he could sign the saloon to them. After they leave he asks his lawyer why he had him do that. He tells him just to be thankful he got him out of his jam and advises him to leave town. When they go back to the saloon to check it out, they learn that the saloon is in debt of $10,000. Later the lawyer shows up with the owner of the biggest saloon in the city, who tells them that he ...
A group of dancing performers stop in Seattle to book passage on Yancy's boat. Since Yancy's boat is currently out of commission, the dancers are stranded in town until it is repaired. The dancers provide entertainment and competition.
Jeremy (Bobby Sherman) is rescued from a cliff side accident by drifter Richard "Kid" Holiday (James Davidson), who is slightly injured in the incident. To Jeremy's chagrin, the other townsfolk are suspicious when they think Holiday is a former member of a gang of outlaws and Jeremy fervently defends him. Things change, though, when Holiday falls for Candy who is nursing him back to health. Holiday eventually kidnaps Candy with intent to make her his wife; Jeremy and the others begin a dangerous pursuit. In her conflict, finds there's more to Holiday than expected.
A regular visitor to town brings his daughter for an annual event. Joshua has feelings for Callie who is blind. There is an opportunity for her to have an operation to regain her sight, but her father is resistant.
Joshua and a farmer like the same woman and they want her to pick the man she wants. When she cannot decide, the farmer says he and Joshua have to fight over her. Jason says they need to negotiate, not fight.
Lottie's bar is running out of whiskey, and Yancy is overdue with a delivery. When he returns empty due to a distiller's strike, Jason goes to Canada in search of whiskey. While Jason is gone, Yancy & Biddy build a still.
A man comes to Seattle with a young boy who chose not to speak. He treats the boy as a circus act in a cage. Jeremy comes to the boy's defense. When the boy is left in Jason's care, Jeremy decides to help the boy learn to speak.
The Bolt brothers have a run in with some trappers. They think Jeremy is out to cause them problems. When Jeremy finds a dead trapper, the others think Jeremy killed him. Jeremy's only witness to the truth is an old Indian.
A woman with a beautiful daughter comes to town. She says she wants the Bolt's to build her an expensive home. However, she has an alternative plan which includes the brothers fighting over her daughter's love and destroying their business.