NOTE: That "Five cent piece" is not a nickel 5 cents but a silver half dime, which was smaller than today's dimes.
Another rare broadside, but this one does not mention the location, which would have been handwritten in. This piece has been trimmed too close to the edges with partial missing letters on top. It likely predates the broadside above it. This particular piece looks to be pasted on to another sheet of paper. Curiously, there is another piece of paper attached to its backing paper at far top right, which seems to point to the year 1861 from that printed account. Is this broadside a kosher item? Without examining it in person, it is difficult to say.