THE TERROR TAMED. Harrison Hogaa, When Presented In Court, Hehaves Very Quietly. Harrison Hogan did jiot look to be the terror that he has time and again proved himself to be. when he was arraigned before Judgo Charlea P. Ferguson, infthe Clark (Ind.) Circuit Court yesterday morning. It was with quiet demeanor and almost whipered words that he explained to the court that he destrod thathia ease he laid over until this morning, when his attorney, George II. D. Gib n. will be on hand to deleud Hin. To the chnrges now pending, that of shooting at his wife with intent to kill, and with stealing sorno .cattle and selling them, be will enter a plea of not guilty. A determined effort will be lunde to secure an acquittal on both counts.