Omega is the end in the cominon acceptanco of the word, because it is the last letter in the Greek alphabet, and the graduating class of the high school have chosen it for the name of their public;ition that crowns and closes their years of work. Th is year the Omega blooms out fresh, neat and entertuining. It has about 75 pages filled with matter that must be of great Interect to those who are fiimiliar with the path of knowledge traversed by these studente and conversan with the many incidents and peculiaritlee so neatly alluded to. The editora have evideotly been very diligent in chroniclina; events and incidents which bring back pleiisant recollections, and liere they hnve tlii'in in a form that will be preserved by each one of the class, and as the yeaispass by the more will U1Í9 publication be treasuml. The board of edilors on a painter'd palate, the heads peering out of the letters, is unique and handsome - both the design and the heads - and tuere are many other commendable features. The publication shows good work on the part of lts editora, and tliiir part is certainly guccessful, now it remains for the patrons to do ttieir share, which we doubt not they will gladly perfortn. The sales will be commenced tomorrow. The books couie from the CoiiRiER presses. The Reed City Clarion runs a Dutch department. Good, plain sound English is one of the Olarion's strong points, also. The Huron Klver band was out promenading last night and giving some good music on the way.