Photographic portrait of Andrew Snyder, ca.1870-1889. He can be seen from the chest up facing straight ahead with his shoulders turned slightly to the right. He has a long thick goatee and moustache with no sideburns. His dark hair is combed back from his forehead and is trimmed above his ears. He is wearing a three-piece suit with a long tie.; Snyder's store at Tres Pinos, San Benito County was robbed by the bandito Tiburcio Vasquez. George Reaferu from Gilroy, a French shepherd, and Leland Davidson, hotel keeper at Paicames were killed during the incident. A collaborator, Chases, wanted to kill Snyder and his wife but Vasquez stopped him because Snyder had turned over all of his money and had not tried to hide anything. Snyder's evidence helped convict and, eventually hang (in San Jose, 1875), Vasquez, after his capture in 1874. -- according to G.G. Johnson.