Tho agrieultural reporta f rom all qnartcrs are alrnost duplicates of cach other - magnifieent wenther, abuudant yield where the harvest bas already been garncreil, excellent pronpects for tho erop yet growiDg. In Illinois the winter wheat harvest is about over; the grain is of splendid qnality and the yield is great. Many of tne farmers are selling tbeir new wheat at 75 to 85 cents. There seems to be no expectntion that the price will advanco. The corn-fields look splendidly, and the farmers are now anxiousto sell their remainiug stock of last year's corn. The railroads are already beginning to be embarrassed for want of sufficient cars to move the erop. The cottOB erop is still repoited to be vory forwtkrd ; some estimates place the probable yield at 5,000,000 bales, but it is altogether too soon to make any calciilations with safety. - Exchange.