DEATH LIST OF A DAY. Capt. Samuel McConihe, U. S. A. Capt. Samuel McConihe, United States Army, died yesterday of Bright's disease in St. Luke's Hospital. He had been in the hospital two weeks, having come from his home in the West for treatment. There will be a short service over the body at the hospital at 11 o'clock this morning, and it will then be taken West for interment. Capt. McConihe, who was of the Four- teenth Infantry, was the ranking Captain of the army and would have been pro- moted to the rank of Major within a short time. He was born in New Hampshire, and was made Captain of the Ninety-third New York Volunteers Jan. 17, 1862. He was promoted to the rank of Major in December of the following year. He did conspicuous service throughout the war, and was mus- tered out in 1865. Soon afterward he was brevetted Lieuten- ant Colonel, Colonel, and Brigadier General of volunteers for gallantry in the battles of the Wilderness and Spottsylvania and for gallant and meritorious service during the war. He was appointed to the regular army as Second Lieutenant, and was at once made First Lieutenant in the Four- teenth Infantry, Feb. 23, 1866. He received the brevet rank of Captain, Major, and Lieutenant Colonel March 2, 1867, for his services during the war. He was made Captain of the Fourteenth Infantry Feb. 25, 1876.