DEATH OF GEN. KRZYZANOWSKI. Gen. Vladimir Krzyzanowski, Polish patriot and soldier, of the war of the rebellion in this country, died at his home, No. 870 Lexing- ton-avenue, early yesterday morning. He had been ill for a year with Bright's disease, and for the past two months had been confined to his bed. Gen. Krzyzanowski was born at Roznova, Posen, Germany, on July 8, 1824. In 1846 he took part in the Polish revolution and subse- quently fled to America to escape exile to Siberia. He worked as a civil engineer for several years, and at length set up business as a mer- chant in Washington. When the late war broke out he became Colonel of the Fifty-eigth Regi- ment of New-York Volunteers. He served dur- ing the entire war, first with the Army of the Potomac, and later in Georgia and Alabama. For meritorious services he was promoted to be a Brigadier-General. At the close of the war he became connected with the Customs Service. In 1867 he was sent to Alaska, and soon afterward to the Isthmus of Panama. He became a Special Agent in the Custom House in this city in 1883, and he continued in that position until the time of his death. He will be buried in Greenwood Cemetery to-mor- row afternoon by Steinway Post, G.A.R., in which he was a Past Commander.