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  • Harry and Dick Linden, two brothers, are very much in love with Virginia Farnum. She gives Dick a red rose, significant of love, and to Harry she gives a "rosemary," which signifies remembrance. This serves to encourage them both and to display her coquetry. Harry proposes and is refused. Dick proposes and is accepted. Shortly after this the Civil War breaks out. Harry Joins the Confederate ranks and Dick takes up arms for the North. Dick is disguised as a Negro and is commissioned to spy upon the Confederate army and enters the encampment of the very regiment of which Harry is a member, and who happens to be on picket duty. Dick is captured and placed in the guardhouse. Harry recognizes him, but Dick doesn't recognize his brother. Harry induces Dick to change clothes, thereby effecting his escape. Later on Harry is condemned to death for treason. While at the home of Virginia, Dick reads in the newspapers of the death of his brother. His grief is unrestrained, and up to this time, he did not know it was his brother who effected his liberty. Virginia mourns with Dick and it is needless to say that they are soon married.

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