l ne returns from threshings up to about September 2., show an average of 16 and 82-hundredths bushels of wheat per acre in the southern fourtiers of counties, and of 13 and 87-hundredths busliels per acre in the northern counties. These iiures Ldicate a total y'eld in tlie state of 2G - 594.013 buKhpIs. This ís 40,177 hiialipU less than the September estímate. Tliis month's returns show the average yleld of wheat per acre in the southern counties to be 59-hundredtlis of a bushei more, and in the northern counties 1 and 70-hundredths of a bushei less, than reported in September. Tliis is the final estímate of the wheat erop of 1886, and like the Octobor estimates of former crops is beheved to be as accurate as can be obtained at this date. One year ago the 1885 erop was estimated at 30,837,361 bushels llie natianal department of agriculture in December, or two months later, estimated the erop at 31,261,000 bushels. ThesuperTisors' returns made in the spring of 1S86 show the erop to havo been 30,627,543 bushels. The average yield per acre of wheat raised on corn stubble is r turned at 12 and 7d-nundredths bushels ; on wheat stubble at 13 and 15-hundredths bushels; on oat stubble, at 14 and 23-hundredths bushel?; and on summer fallow, at 20 and 2-hundredths bushels. ReporU have been received of the quantity of wheat marketed by farmers during the month of September at 268 elevators and milis. Of these 219 are in the southern four tiers of counties, which is 52 per cent. of the whole number of elevators and milis in these counties. Th tnt.i iiumber of bushels reported marketed is 1.272,269, of which 300,065 bushels were marketed in the tirst or southern tier of counties; 27:3,409 bushels in the second tier; 248,304 bushels in the third tier; J19.935 hushels in the fourth tier; and 129,406 bushels in the counties north of the southern four tlers. At 34 elevators and milis, or 13 percent of the whole numberfrom which reports have been receired, there was no wheat marketed durine the month. . ' The total number of busliels of wheat reported marketed in August and September is 2,825,699. The yield per acre of oats in the southern four tiers of counties is 32 and S.Vhundredths bushels, and in the northern counties 20 and 12-hundredths bushels. The yield per acre of barleyin the state is 24 bushels. The condition of clover sown this year is.07 per cent, the comparison being wlth vitality and growth of average years. Corn is estlmated to yield 57 bushels of cars, or about 28 bushels of shelled corn per acre in the southern oounties, and 54 bushels of ears, or about 27 bushels of shelled corn per acre in the northern counties. The corn erop matured from the lOth to the 20th of September. Frost injured the erop in several loealities in the northern counties, but did no material damapre in the southern counties. Potatoes will yield in the southern counties 69 per cent., and in the northern counties 66 per cent., of an average erop. Winter apples will yield in the southern' counties about 92 per cent., and in the northern counties 87 per cent., of an average erop.