The officers and brethren of Saline Lodge, 'o. 138, of F. & A. M. received a viait from he brethren of Ypsilanti, Ann Arbor, and Milan Lodges onJTueaday'evening, Fob. 2d, nd were highly gratifled with this opportuny of mingling together and apending a few ours in social and fraternal intercourse, such as the craft know how to do, and none better ïan our visiting brothers, how to meet pon the level, and make all feel happy and tieorf ui. The ofncers and brethren of Saline jodge would give the viaiting brethren many ïimka for their kindly vislt, and hope it will e often repeated. Such friendly intercourae nd greetings one with another serve for a ime todraw a veil over thebussy carea of Ufe, and give a glance at the happy future, where all good and true masons, who have kept a well ordered life, hope to arrive and be acoepted by the Great Grand Master. U. N. Webb, W. M., of Phoanix Lodge, Ypailanti, presided over the meeting, and with his able assistants did the work on the M. M. degree in a moat efficiënt manner, and with great credit to them and pleasure to the brethren preeent. Phcenix Lodgo need have no fears of losing any of their prestige, and well earned reputation for good workers, while Bro. C. N. Webb acts aa their presiding oflicer.