WEEKLY HEALTH REPORT. Increase of Scarlet Fevor, Diphtheria and Measles. Tor the week ending February 15th there were SO births reported, all while, 11 males nnd 0 females Tor the same period there were IS deaths, of which 11 weie males nnd 7 females, thn causes of death ns follows. General diseases, 8: nervous diseases, 1; circulatory circu-latory diseases, 3 respiratory diseases, li digestive diseases, 2, gcnlto-uilnary diseases, 2, milformatlons, 1 Two bodies weio brought here for Interment, Inter-ment, and the samo number d nway foi burial at other points Theie were 23 rises of scarlet ever In lUirantlne nt the close of It ic-port. ic-port. During the week 10 new inses developed: 2 died nnd 3 having been dlscharred, left J8 cases in Isolation Of dlphtherl there vvern 13 cases In quarantine At the close of last report. re-port. During tho week !) nw cases were reported: 1 died ond 6 were dls-chaiged dls-chaiged leaving IS cases quarantined In the rtty. There were no new cases of typhoid fever reported during the week. Measles Increased from 34 last week to HI this week, while chicken pox decreased de-creased from list weelt to 1 this week The period of Immunity from smallpox small-pox was broken bv ihe report of one oose, which like the one preceding It, wus Imported here This case Is now detained nt the Isolation hospital.