Od Monday evening next Washteuaw Chapter, R. A. M., of this city. ttill reoeiva a fraternal visit from Excelsior Chapter, of Ypsilanti, and Livingston Cbapter. of Howell, the former of wbicta will exemplify the Royal Aren degree. After the ceremonies are over a banquet will be served in the drill hall for wbich flangsterfer will do tbe catering. Covers will be laid for 200 persons. W. W. Watts, P. e. P., will officiate as toastmaster for the intellectual pait of the bauquet and the followiug toaBts will be responded to : "Wfclcome," L. C. Goodrich, grand lectnrer of the Grand Chapter R. A. M., responees by F. A. Lansing, H. P. of Livingston Chapter, and W. A. M'oore, H. P. of Excelsior Chapter; "Grand Chapter of Michigan," Chas. tj.' Stevens, of Ypsilauti: "Capitnlar aad Chivalrio Masonry," Wru. G. Doty ; "The G reeks and tbe AtheniaDS," H. Wirt Newkirk; "Fraternalism," Prof. F. Johnson; "Passing Through the Rjjius," Rev. Wm, Gaidam, Ypsilanti ; "T-bpDghts in Capitnlar JMasonry," A. J, Sawyer; "Royal Craft of Ypsilanti," Capt. E. P. Allen; "When ITraveJed," W. b. Pack; "Iufinences of Masonry," J. E. Beal.