members of tha Democratie County Commitlee are requested to meet at the Monitor House iu this city, on Saturday, Sept, 6tli, at one o'clock, P. M. The folfowing constitute the committee : - Messrs. W. S. Maynard, A. C. Blodget, P. C. Murray, P. Winegar, S. B. MeCracken, E. Congdon, W. M. Brown, G. W. Hall, aud C. S. Gregnry. . W. S. MAYNAKD, Chn. Ann Arbor, Sept. 1, 1862. JK3T Lieut. S. G Mousk, of the First Micbig&D Cavahy, reported killed u one of the recent battles before Washington, graduated iu 18C1, at the University of Michigan, and iuimediately afler entercd the service. JL3L" We regret to learn that Geo lï. Williams, of the First Wiaooiwin Cavalry, son oí Gen. A. Williams of Lima, was killed in an engagement near Gainesville, Arkansus, on tho 2d of August. Young Williams was iormerly a pupil in the High School oí this city, and luid away hu books to do eervice for hia country in tha battle field. - It will bo recollected that Gen. W. lost anotber son in the battles bebefure Riehmond. JCS" Private advices announco that Lieut. Clay Arnold, of ihe First Michigan Iufautry, son of Hiraji Arnold of Scio, was killed in one of the recent battles near Washington, and that Lieut. W. A. Brown, of the Eighth, son of D. 13. Bhown, of this city, was shot through the shoulder. Thuse reporta seem to be reliable. There is also a report that Lieut. Frkd. Wilkinso.v, of the Second, was killed.