The Planing Machine controversy, which has been so long pending between Wilson and Gibson, complainants, and George W. Beardslee, defendant, and in relation to which a mass of testimony (some 400 printed pages) has been taken, before a United States Judge, has finally been adjusted, the testimony adduced by the defendants being so conclusive that the application for an injunction to restrain the use of Beardslee's machines has been abandoned. Mr. Wilson has also stipulated and agreed to let Beardslee's machines run forever unmolested.