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6's, 56 ½@57; Missouri 6's, 52@52½ American gold, 106@106½. There appears to be less excitement than there was among people in Wall street on the subject of Mr. Chase's new application to Congress. Certain foreign bankers, and certain city journals, continue to berate the Secretary; but their infinance is impaired by the factction calling themselves the "hard money" party was employed to defeat the original issue of Treasury notes — to which issue it is now clear that the success of Mr. Chase's financial policy has been mainly due. It is rumored in the street that Senator Fessenden will appose the bill introduced into the House by Mr. Stevens. The Se his objections, though he voted for the measure. He will probably do the same thing now. The simple question for Congress to decide is whether it is better for Mr. Chase to go on negotiating six per cent, five years bonds at par, by the simple and easy process of conversion, at the rate of half a million a day, or to call upon th