GEN. GEORGE B. DANDY DEAD. Veteran of Mexican and Civil Wars Was 81 Years Old. Gen. George Brown Dandy, U. S. A., retired, died last night at his residence 230 West Fifty-ninth Street. His body will be taken from this city on Monday and interred in the National Cemetery, Arlington, Va. There will be no services in this city. Gen. Dandy was born in Macon, Ga., on Feb. 11, 1830, and was the son of Rev. James Hervey Dandy. The family moved to New Jersey the same year and the fut- ure General was educated in a private school there. He married Anne Eliza Slaughter of East Grand Forks, Minn., on his birthday in 1873. He entered army life in April, 1847, enlisting in the Tenth In- fantry, raised for service in the Mexican war, and served in that war until its close. He studied medicine in Salem, N.J., and became a cadet of the United States Mili- tary Academy. He was brevetted Major Sept 6, 1863, for "distinguished and gal- lant conduct in the siege of Fort Wagner, S.C."; Lieutenant Colonel Aug. 14, 1864, "for gallant services in action at Deep Bottom, Va."; Colonel March 13, 1865, "for gallant services at Fort Gregg, Va."; Brigadier General March 13, 1865. He was in the battles at Port Walthall Junc- tion, Drury's Bluff, Deep Bottom, Deep Run, Russell's Mills, and the seige of Pe- tersburg, Va. He was placed in command of the Third Brigade, First Division, Twenty-fourth Army Corps, and in 1865 took a prominent part in the capture of Fort Gregg, south of Petersburg, Va., and commanded his brigade at Appomattox Court House. Since the war Gen. Dandy had been in the Quartermaster's Department. He built Fort Phil Kearny, at the base of the Big Horn Mountains, and Fort Abra- ham Lincoln, N. D., 1873-5. He was in charge of the general depot of the Quar- termaster's subsistence departments at Yuma, Arizona, and later at various cities. Gen. Dandy lived until recently in Oma- ha, Neb. His son, Dr. George B. Dandy, lives at 348 West Fifty-seventh Street.