National Affairs: In Vermont

Through the narrow, shaggy valleys of Vermont, where flood waters boiled three months ago, a train of seven Pullman cars climbed, last week, from St. Albans near Lake Champlain to Waterbury in the Green Mountains. Thence it descended, with a 45-minute stop at Montpelier, the State capital, to White River Junction on the New Hampshire borderline. Cheered at way-stations, drowned in noise at cities, it was a symbol of Vermont's recovery from her catastrophe of last autumn, the first through train over the State's main artery of transportation, the Central Vermont R. R....

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