GENERAL CHARLES C. DODGE. General Charles Cleveland Dodge died early yesterday morning at the Dr. Bull Sanatorum from pneumonia. He had been ill about a week. The funeral will be held at the home of his brother, the Rev. D. Stuart Dodge, No. 6 East 49th street, on Monday, and services will be held at the St. Nicholas Collegiate Church at 10 o'clock. General Dodge was the son of William Earl and Melissa Phelps Dodge, and was born in Plainfield, N.J., on September 16, 1841. When the Civil War broke out he was commissioned a captain of the New York Mounted Rifles, and a week later was made major. He was placed in command of a cavalry column in General Wool's army, and received the surrender of Nor- folk, Va., before the arrival of his superior officers. On August 14, 1862, he was made a colonel of rifles, and on November 29 of the same year re received his commission as brigadier general of volunteers. He was in command at Suffolk during General Longstreet's siege of the town, and was wounded in the land fight the day of the battle between the Monitor and the Merri- mac. He resigned his commission on June 12, 1863. General Dodge was at one time a mem- ber of the firm of Phelps, Dodge & Co. He belonged to the New York Chamber of Commerce, and was actively interested in many business enterprises. He was the first president of the New York and Boston Cape Cod Canal Company, a position which he held until the time of his death. Gen- eral Dodge married Mary Theresa Brad- hurst Scheffelin, a daughter of Samuel B. Schieffelin, of New York. Mrs. Dodge died on March 28 of this year. He leaves two children, Charles Stuart Dodge and Ethel Sanger, wife of Colonel William Cary Sanger, of Sangerfield. His brothers are Anson G.P. Dodge and the Rev. Dr. S. Stuart Dodge, of New York.