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city. The Vigilant Rifles have gone on secret service to Morris' Island. The Zouave Cadets and German Rifles proceeded down the harbor at noon to-day. The steamships to Fernandina, Fla., have discontinued their trips for the present. Six companies drill in the city this evening. The Palmetto Guard, one hundred strong, have charge of the U. S. Arsenal, over which the Palmetto, instead of the National, flag floats. Commodore Shubrick is in this city, a guest of Col. Isaac W. Hayne. A Montgomery (Ala) telegram announces the arrival home of J. D. Elmore, the Commissioner from Alabama to this State. A correspondent writing to the Courier advises merchants to be careful how they ship merchandise on long voyages, and beware of privateers. Let them give the preference to British and French ships. Another correspondent suggests cotton breastworks for Charleston. Several Banks of the interior of the State have agreed to take their respective proportion