The writer would be derelict in his duty, should forget to mention the hotels. There are three: "The Hotel de Rum," "The Queen Ann" and "The White End." The White End has but recently commenced business and has not attained the notoriety of the other two. The landlord of the Hotel de Rum is one man in a thousand. His language is as pure as circumstances will allow. Sometimes while laboring under great distress, has been heard to say: "Tut tut tut, I never had such luck in all my lifel" This man is a great hunter so he tells us. His religeous convictions are purely Republican, He believes in close communion.