Catholic church on Pottawatomie
McwfHIUfHES S EW ES The new Catholic church on Pottawato- Pottawato- mie street near Seveuth is almost finished and wiU be dedicaU!a D"xt 8undw . pla3' GoMing and Bingham, under tbe .upervisioi. of Mr?1 The New Catholic Church. The new Catholic church on Pottawatomie Pottawatomie street near Seventh is almost fluished and will be dedicated next Sunday. The plasterers, Messrs. Golding and Bingham, under the supervision of Mr? J. McGraw, were at work yesterday putting up plaster plaster brackets thirty-two thirty-two thirty-two in number, to support the various various pictures that will adorn the wal's. The brackets each represent the head and wings of an angel and are very pretty. The windows of the church are elegantly stained glass, each glass bearing the name of the person who preseutcd'it. On the East side appear the names of J. Palmer, O. Palmer. S. Dougherty, II. Dougherty, J. Winrield, and J. M. Wi-field. Wi-field. Wi-field. On the West side are the names of M. W infield and H. Winrield, B. Palmer and C. Palmer, and W. Gray and M. Gray. Ou the South, the front lower windows bear the names of S. Bruuo and J, Bener, on the right, the window to the left of the doorway being blank. The ui-ner ui-ner ui-ner window whose base is at the galiery of . 1 . . .... . . . rf. n, the churcn Dears rue names ui ai. iububcuu, ?. Ton-nseiid. Ton-nseiid. Ton-nseiid. Baltiser. Malcht-r Malcht-r Malcht-r and Casper. The interior of the building is forty by eighty feet and it is twenty-eight twenty-eight twenty-eight feet from the floor to point of arch. The workmen have nearly completed the caps which will rest on the pilasters and some of them have been already placed iu position. This church when finished wiil be as elegant as any in the city.