On the day the war ends, a volunteer enlists in the Union Army and collects his $300 bounty! 1 page, 6.75 x 8.5 inches -- a Statement of Recruitment, whereby Freuter, a New York City druggist, age 30, is allowed to join the Union Army and receive his $300 bounty, on the very day the war has ended, April 10, 1865. Also signed by the Mustering Officer, Captain S. C. Wagner. Note: in the very last days of the war it was not uncommon for deceitful Mustering Officers to allow a bounty to be paid and then splitting the money with the Recruit. Very good(+) condition.