Wednesday evening, of list week, bato Dona went np to B.H. BiMagtoo, the Evening News agent, and rharged liiin witli seiuling iu a certnin article about hls soiijWho had been accused of burglnrj Billington claims that Dunn tried to throttle and strike him, and so he got scared and strnck tlic oíd miin a terrific blow near tlie temple witli a heavy club, feiling him to the floor. He left lus victhn welterin in his blood, and rushed nround pietending to look for n hack to take him home; for a doctor to take care of him; for an offlcer to give himself up to, and for a lawyer to defend him. He only succeeded in the last. While without lus help the officers found him, and the hack and doctor found the wounded man. ObtólulngbaU the next dny, he fled to Detroit to put himself under the protection of the Evening Xews, which paper is backing him as their agent. The trial befo re Justice McMahon was set for Saturday, but as Mr. Dunn's testimony was necessary t was adjourned a week. The charge was for assault with intent tokill and the bail fixed at $1,000 with A. M. Bodwell and Fred Besimer securities. Mr. Dunn is recovering and may be able by the the time of trial to give an account of the affair. Two boys saw ït and they seem to diner asto wliether Mr. Dunn attempted to strike Billington. At any late the actiou of the latter wlll bc hard to defend, for Bllling-toii is a strong athleticyoung man and the s a slcnderold man of nearly 70 yp:ir.