Lairo, May 4. Cairo is remarkably quiot - loss cxcitement than we have had for a inonth. ïhe number of troops here is swelled to 6,500. It is said they intend locating herc permanently, as they are building houses, tcnts, &o. Thcre are four balteries planted on tlie léveos, two on the Ohio and two on the Mississippi Kivcr. The camp is called " Camp Uefianec." A citizon of Cairo, named Burns, shot one of the soldier named George Myra, this morning, for ïnsulting hia wii'e. Myra rcoeived two shots and died almost instantly. " Myra is from noar Sprrogfield, ! in this State. No arresta were made, as it is believed tha't Burns ras in the right. Thcre are 1,500 troops at Corinth. Miss., 500 at Paducah, and 300 at Colambus, Ky. 'J'ho excitement has died away iu both Columbus and Paducah. They are takin" more rationa] views of the ocoupation ofCiro.