Battle Row. Margaret Loftos and her husband. Patrick, raised caln at tbe home of Mrs. Clarke, No. 6H Longworth street, yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Loftus Is a sister of Mrs. Clerke, and the Istter claims that she was trying to reform Mrs. Tu. She did not succeed very well, ss Margaret got pn one of her old-time old-time old-time drunks and proceeded to clean out the house. Her husband also took a band, aud by the time of the arrival of Patrol No. I, which bad been summoned, the 'pair had succeeded In smashing up every thing In the house. Margaret Margaret received horrible cnt In the right arm while breHklng a window and was bsillycut about the bead. The crowd were loace 1 into the wagon and all were locked up on th charge of disorderly conduct. Dr. Querner dressed Margaret' wounds. It is understood that Margaret ha a suspended sriten-e, sriten-e, sriten-e, wbicb should be put Into eifecL Rh is one of the worst women in Cinninaatl and should be takn care ot- ot- .