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r schooner Francis S. Bartow, which has been blockaded for the past month in Crooked river, by the steamer Cuyler, has given the enemy the slip, and arrived at Apalachicola safely on the the 6th. Deserves Emulation. A free market has been opened in Mobile for those who are not able to purchase their own provisions. Tick as have families dependent upon them. Cotton leaving the coast. The Montgomery Mail is informed that four steamers are running from Columbus, Ga., to Apalachicola, bringing all the cotton from that point to the interior landings. There are about 8,000 bales at Apalachicola. Hon. C. J. Faulkner. The Berryville (Apalachicola. Hon. C. J. Faulkner. The Berryville (Va.) Conservator says: We learn that Hon. A. R. Boteler has been endeavoring to secure the release of Hon. C. J. Faulkner from his incarceration at Fort Lafayette, and that negotiations are now being made that are likely to result in his restoration to his family and friends.