In his fifth year, on Saturday last, at o'clock P. M, Edwin Spilman, oldest child of William E. and Elenia P. Johnson. His funeral will take place from their residence, corner of Eighth and Grace streets, this morning, at 11 o'clock. The friends of the family, and those of James Yatrington, are respectfully invited to attend without further notice.
On yesterday, Mattie, second daughter of Samuel O, and Maggle A. Robinson, in the 6th year of her age. The friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend her funeral, to take place this morning from 10 o'clock, at her father's residence, on 10th street, beyond Leigh.
Of consumption; on Monday, the 12th inst. in Hospital No. 1, Lynchburg, Virginia, Mr. Lewis T, Cocke, of company D 44th regiment Virginia volunteers, and son of the late Lewis Cooke, of Louisa county, Va., aged 22 years. This young man volunteered in the service of the Confederate States soon after the commencement of hostilities, during which be participated in one battle in westers Virginia, and since which he has been declaiming till the messenger death summoned him from the battle field and friends in this world to try the realities of an unchanging existence beyond the grave. ‘ "The once lov'd form, now cold and dead,
Each mournful thought employs;
And Nature weeps her comforts field,
And withered all her joys."
On May 16th, at the residence of Mrs. A. W. Archer, in Amelia county, Alice Norma, S. infant daughter of Burke and Mattle H. Archer, aged 12 months and 16 days. At Forest Hill, in Albemarle county, Va at the residence of his grandfather, Col J n. R. Watson, Douglass, infant son of Dr. James C. and Virginia E. Watson, it months.