The September erop report issued by Secretary of State Gardner says: For thi? report correspondent have secureil from threahera the resulta ol 4.W9 jobs. aggregating more thau ?.OJB ocrea of wheat threshea in the state, the yield from wlnch was W2.83S bushels. and average of ri.iSI bushels per acre. In the southern counties more than Hl.UOO acres threshcd avcrag.'d i;.;i7 bushels per acre. In the central countlea the average is 13.H3 bu3hid in the northern oountlea 11.20 bushels. The amount of wheat reported marUeted in the 12 months ending with July, which is the wheat year for Michisn. is 11.270,79 bushels, or ) 18'),lii bushels less than marketed in the same months of the previous year. Oats are estiinated to yield m the state about i'i bushels, and barley 1&6U bushcls-per acre. ISeans promïsi- '■' per cent: potatoes 81 per cent: apples 28 per cent and pe&cnes ■) per cent of average crops The average rainfall in the state during August wa 3.09 lnches; In the southern count-cs. 3.;tó lucbes: ín tlie central. 3.11 inches: in the aorthern. iM inches. and in the upper penosula. ■-'.:) Inches. Compared with normal, there was an ezcess tn the southern and central oountlea and the state, and a deüciency in the norlliern covintius ftod the upper península.