Michael P Finn obit
The Topeka (Kas.) Commommilth, Nov. iSlh. tells us that M. P. Finn, who will be well remembered by old eltlzeus of Ottawa, "who bad been sick for the rust nine weeks with Inflammatory rheumatism, breathed his last on Sunday at 1 o'clock p. m. Mr. Finn had been a resident of Topeka a number of years, and had a large circle of friends. He had been employed as traveling salesman lor a number of years, and among the houses represented by him were McCord, Nave & Co., Kansas City, E. W. Baker & Co. of this side, and Grey, Burt & Kingman, of Chicago. The latter house he was representing at the time he was taken ill. He was a member of Eugene Lodge I. O. O. F., and a Knlgttt Templar, lie leaves a wire ana tnree cnu-dren to mourn tbe loss of a loving husband and affectionate parent. The funeral was held at 2 o'clock p. m., from the Catholic church on Eighth street. Tbe bereaved family nave the sympathy of tbe entlte community in this tbeir sad hour." Streator papers please copyj.