Sluve and Free Labor. - A comparison ot the producÃa of the elave and trca states, shows tho followin& resul t: Agoregates. tjluve etales. free states. Mines, L11,510.993 $44,244,863 Prod. oi the ForeBt, 4,Ã¶4a,16Ã¶ 12,677,905 FieUenes, 1,956, ItÃ'Ã¡ 10,578,479 Agficulture, 522.091,344 562,391. 157 Manutaclures, 83,935,742 334,139,690 5625,143,430 005,032,094 Diflerence in favor ol the free staies 338,887,664 Ã¼ommerce - Capital lavested, $142,884,513 248,087,910 Difference in iavor of the free states, ; 105,203,397 Connage - tone and 9iihs, 467,380,21 1,629,098,60 ' Difference in favor of the free etates, 1.161.71 8,29 jPopulation, 7,333,644 9,718,922 DilFerence in favor of the iree etales, L,375,278 Termory square miles, 602,940 443,336 DiÃl'creiice :u favor of the slave staleB, 154,614 Thai e, while the irte statte have 31 1-2 per ceut Jiss land, nnd only 32 14 per cent greattr population iliun the Ã¶lave etates, thei ntference ni their favor ia, a valuÃ© producÃ© 54 per cent. Capital invfcsted in Commerce, 73 1-2 : 'onnage, 248 1-2 i The immense aggregate of thesu diÃfertnes must be put down chiefly to the credit of Ãree labor. - Philanthropist. â "The Anti Abolitionist, of Cincinnati, is publisliing the names and occupation of the abolitionÃ6t8 of tha: city, for the doublÃ© purwee ofruuiing their business 60 far ae it epands on the south.ai.d eecui ing their lyn bing in case they visit the clave otates. - 'his list is to bÃª circulated thruugh the outh. It Ã6 headcd by "Tliomaa Morris, Attorney at Law." The editor tbinks that Ã¯encefortu "it will ba best for these villuina o keep themselves at home."