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Il] PRIESTS DISGRACE.
Father Yodyszue, of Brooklyn, to bo If Severely Punished. |, STflRTLlNtTSTORY OF HIS CAREER | As Pastor of St. George's Church, , Where he Uved a High Life. I WRONGED A KUMBER OF WOMEN. IS Appropriated Church Funds to Hl? Oiv?3U?e-8hot at Men?Alleged to Have Murdered u Man-His House I keeper Tcllsn Tlii-illlng Story?viatic 1 Her Swear at (he Attar She Would Not Dlrulgo His Crime-Ills KseapiHlo with Women-Bishop fjongltlln Bay* He will Excommunicato Him. New Yobk, Juno 8.?The World print* tlio following: Tho Right Hev. John Lougblin, Bishop of tlio Diocese of Long Island, is In consultation with leading lawyers oi Brooklyn as to tlio advisability of instituting . legal proc-codlngs against Father Yodyssus to ohtnin possession of tho St. George's Komar. Catholic church properly on North Tenth street, ncsr Bedford avenue, Williamsburg, and other property In Brooklyn, which at present stands in tlio name of Father Yodyszus as individual owner, instead of being on record as tho property of tho Roman Catholic church within the jurisdiction of the Bishop. iiisuoi1 Lonanux displeased. A reporter called yesterday at tho residence of Bishop Loughlfn, corner of Greene and Clermont avenues, Brook' "I am satisfied," said tlio venerable prelate, "that Father Yodyszus is a bad man. His is the worst case of the kind that has ever come under my notice. Ho bus been suspondod from the exorcise of his priestly functions and has no standing whatever as a priest of tlio [toman Catholic Church. Ho has, how I I 4 ever uigruguruuu tuu Dunjiuiiamu uuu ?o S? still, I am told, oiliciuting as usual in St. Ge'orgo's church. I shall nowexcomr, municate huu. He holds in his own b narao the church property as well as other property purchased by him with the money subscribed by the Polish residents here nnd in Now York and ' , Jfew Jersey for the pumose of completing the building of St. George's Church. AVhou the church proportv was sold nt auction some time ago Father Yodyszus, to my utter surprise, bought it in anu liad the deed recorded iu his own name." Father Ybdyszus has been deep in a sea of trouble ever since he took charge 2 af the* church. His many escapades nnd arraignments of the police courts have been exploited in the newspapers from timo'to time. But tho accused priest has so far succeeded in uvading the clutchcs of the law. The attention in Bishop Lotighlin was : irequently called to the priest's conduct by committees of the parishioners. Inf dignation meetings were held, and it ?. > Oxnlli* .Intnmninful fk itivnlfll fllO In no nut*** j uwwn"??v? ??# ??? law in regard to the money Bide of tlio troubles, .ui Bishop Loughlin finally moved in the matter and suspended Father Yodys7.1H. The suspension was,. however, ' disrercgnrded, and tho priest is still officiating as tho pastor ot St. George's church. father yodysibs'b pistol practice. Early onfl.morning 111 Dccombor last the tenants in the house whore Father Yodyaius rents apartments were startled from their slumbors by the crack of a pistol. The neighbors rushed out - ' into the hallways and saw Father Yodrszus, in his night clothes, re-entering' Ins room with the smoking revolver in his hand. It afterwards transpired that Simon Silginuis and his wife's brother, George Korniskie, had rapped at tho i priest's door and aecnsHod liim of hav' ing spirited Sire. Dilglnnis auay. i XHlgln'nis and his wife, who lived at t No. 82 Chrystie street, this city, were regular attendants at Father Yonysr.us's church and finally,beComiugacquaiuted flj.. with the pastor, mvitod him to call on them at their home. The Father lost jj no time in accepting the invitation. He called, as requested, a few evenings ] later and ate "altar bread," as is customi ? ; ary among the 1'olish people before Christmas. Later Father Yodyszus and 9a Mrs. Dilginnis called on the hitter's brother, George Korniskie, who lives at : No. 71 Montgomery street, this city. J _: Wftrn fnnsfincr tnok nliier*. nntl libnlit. 11 ! o'clock Mrs. Dilginnis and the priest left. Instciid of returning home Mr*. Dilginnis accompanied the priest to his apartments, where she remained all night. Failing to return homo up to n late hour the following night, Mrs. Dil. ginnis's husband and her brother started out to find her. When thoy reached the priest's house ho and his servant had retired. They wero awakened, however, by a loud rapping at tlio .door, and, in response to the priest's inquiry as to who was thero, the husband replied: "It is I. Dilginnis, and I want to know what von have done with *iy wife, you old pconndrel?" The priest replied that ho know nothing nliout Mrs. Dilginnte,an<l threatened that if he did not go Any from the door at onro ho would shoot him. The men . persisted, however, in domanding admittance to the priest's apartments, wlien tho hitter opened the door and fired two shots from arovolver. Both men went away, and the next morning had the priest arrested 011 the charge of assault in tho first degree. lie was taken before Justice Ooetting, whore he was released on uail lor nin appearance in t;.' court the next day. Tho priest signed P his own bond, naming property on Grand avenue, Brooklyn, valued at'jlt),? 000, an his own. >tr. Dilginnis subsequently brought suit against Father Yodymtns for $5,000 & lor alienating the affections of his wife. B This snit hi? never come to trial. AN'OTllCB MID.VIOIIT ADVK.VTUNH. A short time after tho Dilginnis epife".; sodo, Policeman Charles Snow, of tho kv Seventh precinct, Williamsburg, found ,' Father Yodyszns, at 2 o'clock on Sunfew ' day morning, staggering along the side!?.. walk at tho corner of Berry and North t*' Temple street!. His faco was bruised I' and blooding and his silk hut was finished, ana it was alleged that tho : Father had got Into a Akht while at I tj Greenpoint with tho brothers of a Wo- ] ? *>] man who attended his church. EjfSe." Father Yodysius had hardly recovered ff from this drubbing when ho was hauled y. up boforo Justice Goeting. This time rS. he was charged by Mrs. Agnes C?esS ncwicr., ono of his parishoncrs, with - ' "embracing.1 kissing and otherwise illusing her, The eomplainnnt was a ?. pretty young woman, twenty-threo k years of age and qnito attractive. She "ved with her husband, to whomsho hud been married only, a iijw months, I at No. 170 North Bevofcth- itreot.AVilllamsburg, When the cam j??s called tlio court room was packed almost to sutfocation by the nMinboni uf the pa# ish. Mr. CzeHncwicz, whose alHdsvit had caused the arrett of the p$e?t, .Was Dot In court. Father Yodysrus defllatiud that the charges preferred against ^Itb were .false and were trumped up to rain him. The case was adjourned. Father Yodyrans giving bond for his appearance in court. ,~f . uns. czebnsu'icz's grave chasojK* ** According to Mrs. tyesnewliwelw attended man ft Fathqrv Y^lyios's church on the previous Tuesday, 'fher^ were only two other persons / in. the church, a man and a womtin. whom 'She did not know. After mass Mrs. Czesnowics said sho went into the Bticrintyand bought a holy cMidle f<?i"86 <j9nM; She then alleges tliftt.- ffirthdV YikJyijan'ni'ihvited her to his 'lirtBBtj'finyiii^ would bless the candle1 if she would come in. 8&o consented, ana on ruueningthe priest's hoilse ho toOlc the candle into an ihnec room, while she sat talking with tho'Stfrrant-'-Satldenlyflie I priest nppearM1 DrU)L'itrsf :'.??ritts4,;?f whip key, whiclf rihfe^dftinfc. JJEbttfr*'he brought in the cimdlo and some' bebr. Ho than leaned uVer'tior, Mrs. Czesnowla alleges, nhd kiiqed hor on .the month. Mrs. OrcsniStrioi Say* she then drank the becn^rt'Gmtmfiete'ij'otlijng more until U o'clb'tiK tljiit'evening, when slid woke up affd t(fufi(l "Licfti-'lf "In li'etl in the priest's room. She felt ill; and when she asked father Yodvsihis where she was she told her with him. She then began to < ry,'>hq said, aiid asked what she xhotilil tijjf'hpt' hiishiihd.""''' Father YodyitwMw? ^telf' htm , you werewith . "f " I ? When the husband of the wom'An returned from his work that night he found his wife absent and.at once Deran a search about thet ucijjliborliood. The soarcliwas IteiitURWljStaht* ' "WJien. lie returned to hfct hqlije h<uowW hw^wlfs. I She told him UiqJtoW ' Jt6 HfMpil filmself with a club and lay in vilttft jor the priest, but failed to meet Mm;- He then I caused his wife to sivem out a warrant for the priest's attest. IN TKOU11I.R WITH Ills ITOCSEKEEI'Ett: Ji atner x oayszus.Jiext. .lurneu up m | the Filth frepiiieW?$Mtfo$f Honse, Williamsburg; wherolie entered a complaint against hia housekeeper, Maggie Fialkowsky, whom he charged with tho i lnrceuy of $378 l)is!onging".to him. Her eyes were swofnni f Aiti Tr'eSpinSr Sho could not fpaak-ji;\\Vr(J o/;jKaRh?ili.' . The Woman said the priest had lieaten | her for talking to a peddler, and showod bruises on her cheeks. /He had thWwn her trunk out into the hallway, she said. She then starkwWor'Uie polico station to enter a complaint .aimiJWt lhe priest, she said, but tna lnUCr followed her and entered ahead of her and made the chargo of robbery. The most startling revelations, though, in connection With the history of Father Yodvszus's re?on<i misconduct aro contained in theiWl^ipyQjjimcji^ the housekeeper, Maggie Fialkowsky, to which she hag-made affidavit, reading: "1 flrat went to livo with Father Yodyssua as ills housekeeper, at his apartments in North Tenth street, near Bedford avenue, Williamsburg, about five montho?ci, ' Till*?!'Wero three months and two weeks- _L wethijn at tho homo of nvf friend,? MrJl'Wrtowsky, No. 303 Water street", this city. He said his housekeeper had recently been married and asked mo if I would take her place. I of course consented, supposing that I would have a rood, respectable homo. I was at that time livOBt with the family mmJM ninth strocT;^litWi9jS?-iTD],iu)J /Third avontfos. 1 hild only been id the priest's apartments an hour or two whoa lie began giving mo whisky to drink. .* * (Her oxperioncosi then, as sworn to by her, aro unlit to print.) He gave me medicine Iroin time to time and was always careful about burning tip the empty medieintfcbpJccs^ ItyrW* inmost continually MirnlarT ^vfinnuince of liquor, and was frequently ' so drank that ha was scarcely able to stand. He often beat mo, loafing murks which I carried for days and sometimes weoks. , mi death op KosrnoN. "Tho ono thing, thongli, thufc troubles me' most is iho'clrciiiiislniices under which Joseph Roiftroh met his death on the morning of December IS last, in tho hotine where father YodyMtu resides, while I was living thoro. All had beon drinking in.a,'saloon t>n- the comer of North lenth'StVCot'aiid Kadfaiitinvflnue and Were under the influenoo of'Tiqhor. Father Yodyszos and Mr. Katylee played curds in the kitchen, while Mr.'Rostron looked on. In the meantime I was frequently sent for-beefc -Aboiit a o'clock Mr. Katyleo wont hon'iii; leaving the priest and Mr. Jiostrun talking in tho nail just outside the kitchen door, which was .left open. I could see the men plainly troni where I stood, but they could not sea me. Tlloy conversed a few minutesiii a langttagg -jvhich I did not undqflitand. dSSSuil "Then Fwior Y)dymM*3oaic Mr. Itostron by the arm and load liitn towards the doo'r lending to tlij collar which stood open, and.which-is Immediately in front of tho kituhen. door. Instantly Mr.ijlojtrun .disappeared down the I cmjlU plainly hear his bofyHKmtjgre wna in his fall and hritwnittl'CTTOTt'ff'ice. "Next morning w'hdtt'MrtSuaffisffono of tho tenants, wont to the cellar for coal she found Mr. Uostron lying on hiB face. Ho was still alive. Mrs. Itefsex^alled lor, dtu air.-Honiron-. ukiji at ayw tnat morning. "I immediately notified. Father Yk. dysius, who wiib 8tUl^int hcd. and accused him bf hnviii^puwiixt Jjr, Itostron down die.rtepsritfte/goti'aiigry at drat, but aooa-. gi?W'. very affectionate, and thnt evening ho- tools tae to a eoncert saloon on the Bowery.' Two or. three days after .Mr. Bostron died Father Yodyszuq naked uie_to'go over to tlie church M'lfll liad srtiio work for ine to diiltUern (AfterjMj entered the church he lAKcdTiio ddfir and made me kneel at the altar. He then administered an oath, which T took; not to divulge anything that 1 had seen or heard relntiug to tlio death of Mr. Bostron. He then rend something" frottfa 'Latin book and told menthoO Aath I had just : taken was a holy one and that any oath r I might take in coiff t contrary to it would bo perjury. After that I became so restless nights that Father Yodvszus used to give me powders to put me to sleep. Finally the "matter weighed so heavily on my mind and conscience that I'conclud'ed to toll my friend, Mr. Terrowsky,aboflt if.' I'dlrt so and also told it to the people witli nrliom I am now living. My story was brought to tho attention of* Coroner Lindsay, who summoned me to his olfico. "As 1 cannot speak English the Coroner had procured; mn,'interpreter. I was proceeding wifftmy sttiry when the interpreter stopped ,me, saving: - j " 'What do you want to talk that way I for? You shouldatick to Father Yodysms instead of giving hiin away. If yon peraiit in doing so you will go to prison lor life.' .} ' "Before I left Father Yodyeana lie told me that if I would go to Europe and say nothing about what occurred in the house he would give me $1,000. I Tp-, fused, because I had already enough on my mind and I could see tne dead oody of Mr. Kostron before me wherever I went. . . . "Father Yodyszus is a very bad man and would not stop at anything. He will do something terrible yet Ho wanted me while 1 was in his employ to set tire to the house we were living in. He said his furniture was heavily insured ank he would divide tho insurance money with me. Ho instructed m<> iinw T ahnnlrl Hiive his Polish books from the fire." Rostron's skull was fractured by the fall down the steps, qnd the vordict of the coroner's jury was accidental death. When the rcpo'rtor called at Father Yodvsius's residence In the evening the Janitress said ho had cone out with his new housekeeper. Next morning when the reporter called Father Yodyszus was at home, but, refused to be seen. GREAT ItAILllOAl) SCHEME To ConncotLnkoftaparior wltli the Atlantic Ocenn?Tho run bo far aa Known. Chicago, June &?A morning paper says: A great new railroad scheme is on .foot which includes a new line of steamers. The plan is to connect Lake Superior with the Atlantic ocean, the terminal cities being Duluth and Norfold. One of tho connecting links of railroad, the Columbus, Umi Jc Milwaukee, has just been bought. 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It 1h used aa y the theatre, thcballis hulls penslble to tho it ennuot be eschowed br deed, there Is not a proxt* h tho Job Printing Office does a small beginning, llko the as grown to imtucu.se proportions, if that particular trco of industry r Auxiliary In adding to Its convener branch of business thore are differ* is tho cheapest is uu. axiom that needs r.aftf Jon Pk/.vtino, its you do the best ro It by leaving your [orders at the rintersaio skilled in thoir art Thoy originating urtistlo and approprlnto execution with happy tasto raotive effect'". Our mochanv it ever)* respect, embracing inters' art; our type comthe founders' catalogue; ot yet been *unw**cd , In short we are able ote with tho fore PAiami.inmenta in s. Nor 1* thlJj spenao of our our prices jhcr thnn ^quoted telephones:: I i k1 27 Banlueu, 410. Editorial, 481. th iu nm?Bmmmmmmmamm?mmmmmmmmmmmmm?m?m ? FINANCIAL. TgAKK OF T1IE OHIO VALLEY. CAPITAL $175,000. Wm. Isbit President WM. B. 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"alaboxa," "Aibuoue's," "lion/' and a. own roost of "Old Woman," "Horik IIkad" and looso roast Sole agent tot tho CotojMtod DuPbnt Povte MIUi. A full mtiWr of Rifle, Blasting and Spot Inn Fowler o< every kind constautfy lu :..?n rliii-. Orders #olJoiEod from tloulu, onlv, JHn Patent Hemp, Cotton and Water Proof - ? Fuwi. m? SUMMER RESORTS. k Delightful Summer Resort! 2,000 Feat Above Tide. Hotel Gordon, Klngwood, W. Va. F. M. THOMAS, Proprietor. A New, Fint-Olhaillotel Newly w^*lcKoutljr Furnished. delightful Situation. BcitCnlii* Open All the Year. Telegraph and Railroad ConnecUom i < Bank AoconuaoUattam .Ajk^ TERM^ REASONABLE. The large ground* greatly improved. Two and a half mllca from the plcturaquo Cheat Hlru. Two dally traliv to and from Tunnelton on the B. &Q. Apply for roomi at onco. mrJ CATARACT HOUSE, . New ToSc Avenue, near Pacific, Atlantio Oityj, N. ?T. Commodious rooms, spacious plasiaa, bcautl- | ful lawns. Terra* reasonable. Cuislno flnV class. Hcadnuartors for Weat Virginia people. my25 K. A.HUTTOX & CO., lato of Hyyela PLUMBING, ETC. T" IRON PiPB I VALVES, COCKS, UNIONS PLuSJlXO I ma OA8 aid ****** HmajL 1 I |?|f@ m 1 ^ ft. WATER QEATIXd I TRIMBLE &LUTZ, 1418 and 1418 Moilcct St, Wheeling, W. Vs. mylS H hare <fc son, PRACTICAL PLUMBERS, ?OAS AND STEAM FITTERS.? Ko. 33 Twawii gnuot H All work dono promptly at Tctuonablo prices.. I Geo. hibberd & son. 8udtfcssors to Thompson & Mbbcrd, PRACTICAL PLUMBERS, OAS AND flTJSAW FITTERS, BRASS FOL'SPBII H SpeclAltlQfl:?ynturnl tins SuppllM, Swam I Heating and Ventilation. 131A Miurkot Strcot, Wheeling,?. *i work promptly done ut ami reatOBt bloprlcw. " Jt>5 Blb'felNESS CARDS. H johsmkleym, i Bankers and Brokers, IS Sixth Street, Pittsburgh.? I J/JV Stocky Bonds, Grain Provisions >4ql' BOUGHT axd SOLD ron CASH OS k JXARGUL M myM. wnnur iun titi.p A TRUST fifl.: I 11 JJJJUJLill)U Ulliuu nivui v-( No.' 1315 -Mahk bt Stbect. Titles to Ronl Ektatc Examined and Gunrantwi block*, Bond* oud Ktul Estate Bougli: tail I Bold on Couiialsaluu. r, DIRECTORS: J. M. Brown, J. El Hughes, Hemr | J. 8. N'uyior. i ^ ]i. K. Dcureiw, C. J. Ueo. G. Hauuon, A. Kui'iiiutiii, J. A. lie* H. M. RusaelJ, W. 1'. Hubbard. tL U. nmKLL ~ "**&? I UUfs F. Snwtl H U. K. E. Gilciinisr Examiner o' Mj* CLOTHING, ETC. H X\TANN AM A KEK A BKO\V>\ TT HERE WE ARE WITH H T1VO THOUSAND SPHIXG SAW*? J lor Gents' Snlu? and Uniform*. J 'or I and atylo we lead the world. 6 aUleed. One-third laving to the fnntuiner. J. >V. FFIMIKL Alf* I fe26 Corner Twrr,l'i,tll"1'1 -Mu'" * "PICTURE!sTT^TJflATERWiS. I TtfEW STOCK " Fresh Blue Print Paper I OF ran HK3HEST UUIDI: J! ,-T M.UE prints MADE to o/u>? I At Art Store, 1222 Market Street. ) "'> ? F. I.. nico^M DRUGGISTS. _ I the "PRINCESS" i Hoadnolio Powdor?H CCRE8 IN TE.t MDi'tTTB H | ?iFob B\ut iT Jjucomstt? H art WIRE WORK -fl , "y^rniE woiiK j-oit owice* inns noun*. i;d; i? I T?l?flbon?w. ?.i