ounty, Mo., would take place at Palmyra, at 2 P. M. Monday, "for the purpose of endorsing the action of the State Convention at its late meeting, and sustaining the Provisional Government of Missouri." The St. Louis Republican, of the 3d, says:
The terms of this call are very explicit.
Those who approved of the objects of the meeting, and "none others," were invited to be present, and this, doubtless, with a view to prevent any disturbance.
But the radical and Jacobinical element at Hannibal were not willing that things should pass in this way, and accordingly we learn that the Hannibal and Palmyre train left the former city at 12½ o'clock, Monday, conveying about 500 persons to Palmyrs.
Of this number over 300 were employees of the Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad Company — all of them radicals — and pretty well armed with revolvers, &c., showing conclusively that they went there to break up the meeting.
The speaking was to commence at two P. M., and of what transpired