ELIJAH WOODWARD. Many older residents of Utica knew Elijah Woodward well who died Monday at his home in Mumford, Monroe county, aged 60. Mr. Woodward was born and educated in this city. At the outbreak of the war he joined the Second New York Heavy Artillery and served bravely until the close of the conflict. In 1866 Mr. Woodward was appointed letter carrier in the Utica post office and held that position until 1881. After leav- ing the postoffice he became a keeper at Auburn prison where he remained until a few years ago. Mr. Woodward often visited in Utica since his removal from the town and kept up many friendships here. He leaves two relatives in Whitesboro, Mrs. Rhoda Allyn and Mrs. Haynes.