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Dr. Pepper Sent For

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AsBuiiY Pase, X. J., July 5. - Dr. Will inm Pepper, one of Gen. Sheridan's physisaguestof H. B. Denmar, who has a cotíags here. Dr. O'Reilly has telegraphed for Dr. Pepper to come on at once, as the il'a eondition was serious. Ex-Unitod Senati r Rufus Blodgett, the spperintondent of the New York & Long Branch railroad, had aspeeial train made ready, and ttt 3 a. m. Dr Pepper started for the Delau-are breakwater. The train ran over the Pennsylvania to Camden, where it took the West Jersey road to Cape May mding,vbera Dr. Popper found a governmeut tug, whieb conveyed hitn to the Swatara. Dr. Pepp?f's special train had a clear track, l ut the run took nearly flve hours, and nothing had been given out regarding the general's conditiou at this writing. The follovving is the bulletin issued Tuesday evening on board the Bwatafa at Delawnrp hrwLÜ water: "About 11 ttais morning Gen. Sberidanhad an attack oL pulmonary congestión. It was more easily oontrolled tban on any previous occasion. At 8 p. m. he was resting rather quietly with but little cough. His respiratiou is about 80 and irregular. His pulse is 90 and his temperatura 99. He , has bad several refreshing naps, the position of ths Swatara is quite sheltered irosa any motioD of the sea, and absolute quiet bas been main tained on board."


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