The house (formerly known as the Norton House) having been leased by Mr. L. S. Roberts of Boston and thoroughly refitted, and newly furnished, in a manner becoming a first-class hotel, is now open as a public hotel for the accommodation of the public. Mr. Roberts in furnishing his apartments had in mind the comfort of his patrons, and we venture to say that all sojourners that place themselves under his care will readily testify that he can “keep a hotel.”