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A warning to the press. Washington, Aug. 6. --The representatives of the press from several sections have held a consultation with General McClellan, (at McClellan's suggestion,) and a committee was appointed to transmit to the loyal States the following: 1st Editors in the loyal States are requested to refrain from publishing news from any point, or about any matter, that may give aid and comfort to the enemy. 2d. Editors and publishers are requested to signify to their correspondents everywhere to observe these restrictions.
Oppressive weather — Arms and Munitions. St. Louis, Aug. 6. --The heat here is excessive. The thermometer to-day and yesterday was 105 deg. Fifteen deaths are reported from sun-stroke. Twenty car loads of shot and shell have reached here since Saturday; also, a large number of Enfield Rifles.
Federal Congress. Washington, Aug. 6. --In the House on yesterday the Senate's bill, adding four hundred millions (?) dollars and legalizing Lincoln's war debt, was passed. The Senate was in secret session until midnight.
Kentucky election. Louisville, Ky., Aug. 6. --Returns show large Union losses since the last Congressional election, but the Unionists will undoubtedly have a large majority in the Legislature.