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he market for hogs remains exceedingly dull, and packers are not disposed to purchase lots of size. They are freely offered at 6 net without finding buyers. There are several thousand in the market for sale, but packers will not make any offer. The weather to-day was unfavorable for slaughtering, and only one house was in operation for a while in the morning, and the total number slaughtered to-day was 500 head, with 2,260 head left over in the pens in the evening. A large number of the November purchases are due, and will no doubt arrive before the close of the present week. All of the houses, with the exception of Watkins, Hart & Co, expect to be in full blast by the first of next week, and they do not expect to commence until about the 25th of the present month. The New York Journal of Commerce of Wednesday afternoon, noticing the money market, says: The market opened with a great pressure from borrowers, and but little facility for passing paper in the street. The