--A special Cairo dispatch says the gunboat Cairo, when 21 miles below the mouth of the Yazoo river, on Friday last, was blown up by a torpedo, and sunk in six fathoms of water.
No one was hurt.
The boat and her entire armament and outfit are lost.
It is thought the torpedo was set off by a galvanic battery on the bluffs opposite.
Late from Bermuda.
The World, of the 19th, has the following:
The steamship Szechwan, Captain Kennedy, which left this port for China on the 24th of October, and put into Bermuda disabled, has arrived at this port for repairs.
She left at Bermuda the steamers Phœba.
Hamet, Pickney, Justicia, and Merrimac, supposed to have stores and ammunition for the rebels.
The British steamer Cornubia arrived at Bermuda on the 6th instant, from Fayal, and sailed on the 13th instant for Trinidad, but without doubt was bound to the American coast.
She is a sharp, side wheel steamer, 1.350 tons, and very fast; in painted lead color all