Jamestown Press Jamestown, (Boone County) Indiana Friday, 10 February 1905 Page one
A team of horses belonging to Ed WILEY, of Harrison township, who had driven to town with a load of hogs, scared at a Big Four engine on west Main street Thursday and ran west for a mile before they were stopped. The end gate of the wagon fell out and a little later the sideboards and seat collapsed and Mr. WILEY fell to the ground with them. The hogs were thrown out, being scattered along the rod for about a mile. Mr. WILEY was considerable bruised and five of the hogs suffered broken legs- The Lebanon Reporter
* Note from Janet ISLEY Price, I am posting this story for others. “Big Four engine “ was a train that went through town. I am not related to the subject. No other information was given.