OBITUARY. General E. A. Kozlay. General E. A. Kozlay, for many years a well known resident of this city, died yesterday at his home, No. 499 Kent avenue, of Bright's disease. He was cap- tain in the Hungarian army at one time, but was compelled, in consequence of revolution, to seek an asylum in this country about thirty years ago. He studied law under General Sanford and although a member of the bar, never practices his profession. He was appointed to a position in the Cus- tom House and remained there until the war broke out, when he organized a regiment, which was placed under his command assigned to duty in General Blenker's brigade. Sunsequently he received an appointment in another division, and was one of the last officers mus- tered out of the service. On returning he filled an important office in the Custom House, but owing to political differences he resigned. He acted as surveyor and draughts- man of the Water Board of this city under Colonel Fowler, and of late had been identified with the Bruff Elevated Railway. He compiled a map of the city of Brooklyn, and also one of the City Railroad. He was a staunch Democrat and at the time of his death was one of the leading members of the Rankin Post, No. 10, G. A. R. He leaves a widow and two children to mourn his loss.