Prosecutlng Attorney Raudal] ye&tevday submitted to the Httorney general lus oftidal report for the six inouths ending June 30. 1895. The total miniber of prosecutions was 1S7; convictions, 155; acquitted, 1; dismissed on payment of costs. 17; nolle prosseil. 5j discharged on examination, 0. The offenses cha-rged and number of prosecutions under éach charge aref as follows: Adultery. 1; aasault and battery, 20; aasault with intent to do ííicat bodily harm. 2; assault with intent to rape, 1; burglary, 5; diaorderly drunks, 31; vagrauts. 25; gffhiiSg.'"2isnvety to keep tto paaca 2; non-support of family. 1; truauts. 2; disposing of personal property uníer contract of sale, 1: earrying concealed weapons, 3; false pretenseis. 3; entering freight cars to obtnin passage, 39; boarding railroad train while in motion, 13; receiving stolen property. ?,: in.jury to building. 1; nialieious injury bo fenee, 1; grand laroeny. 1; simple larceny. 16; stallion running at large, 1; slander, l'; violation of game laws, 2; violation of liquor laws, 8.