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re completed Many wealthy citizens were among those who drew "prizes." On Wednesday and Thursday four hundred and fifteen men were drafted at Hartford. The City Hall was filled by an anxious crowd of persons.--Punctually at 9 o'clock, Captain Stillman made his appearance at the head of the Board of Selectmen, accompanied by clerks with books, and boys with boxes. A large platform at the end of the hall was used for the purpose of holding the selectmen, reporters policemen, and tables upon which the boxes were placed. In these boxes were placed some 3,100 slips of card, each having a number printed on it from number one up. These numbers Mr. Stillman proceeded to say had been carefully examined by the Board of Selectmen. Mr. Europ being over age, no members of his family being to be drafted, and other-wise disinterested, was chosen to draw the numbers from the box. The enrollment lists upon which the names of those liable to draft was arranged alphabetically, and numbered fr