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e condition of Yankee Government credit and Yankee prospects a little more fully in the face. Mr. Chase writes to Senator Fessenden, Chairman of the Finance Committee, sending him a bill to check spce without victories in the field. "Without military success all measures will fail, " says Secretary Chase. The confession is highly significant. Not that it announces anything more than a simple old — from 171 to 189. It reached the latter, fell back to the former' and rose again to 173. Mr. Chase hurried to New York when it rose so rapidly. His presence stopped operations. Dealers wantedars of the money changers in its notice of the excitement of the week on the subject, and also Mr. Chase's presence in New York.--The Herald does not intimate that Mr. Chase did anything to help the Mr. Chase did anything to help the Government credit. It concludes its article by an appeal to the public to be quiet and calm, yet plainly intimates in this that a "crash" must come; that they are like passengers in a vehicle whose