LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Funeral of Col. Murphy. The funeral of Col. MATHEW MURPHY, of the Sixty-ninth Regiment New-York State National Guards, took place from the City Hall, at 2 o'clock P. M. yesterday---the Sixty-ninth and Seventy- ninth Regiments acting as escort. Among the pall- bearers were Col. O' Mahony, Col. Reid, Col. Mur- phy, Dr. Regan, Capt. McGuire, Capt. Goodwin, J. B. Kirker, Brig-Gen. Dodge, Col. Lynch, Col. De Lacy, Col. Downing, Capt. Doran, Capt. Haggerty, P. O'Rourke. The line of march was up Broadway to Eighth-street, and thence to the Tenth-street ferry and Calvary Cemetery, where the body was interred. The diseased [sic] died of wounds received at the battle of Hatcher's Run, on the 6th of February last. He was in the 26th year of his age.