Chicago, Sepi. 2).- Eer sinca May ia, 1893, a fiht bas been going ou in the coui-td here against the whisky trust, the flght having beeu inaugnrjtei! by Attorney General Molouey. The case has at last come to a bead and Judge Gibbons has rendered a decisión that disposes of it in the lower courts. The trust fouiiht the case step by step, but all its pleas were overruled or otherwise rejocted by the different courts. The fiual decisión declares that th e concern ia a trust, it inatters not what name it goes by, or how it came into posession of the property it controls; it does control eighty-onu distilleries and is undoubtadly a trust that ought not tobe tolerated. The jude said in the course of his decisión: ''Corporations may flourish and expand, but competí tion and individualism must ueitner be tiiwarte i nor crushed."