iBy W. U. Telegraph. TIIE COXNECTICT.T ELECTION', Norwich, Conn., 3. So far as heard from, this district gives Jewell about the same majority as last year. Stark-' weather, for Congress, has fifteen hundred hun-dred maiority. 1 New Haven, 3. The figures in the I allaJtum office give Kellogg, Repub-publican, Repub-publican, for Congress, in the I'd district, dis-trict, about seventy-five majority. Hartford, 3. A hundred and seven towns give a net gain for Jewell of '.'so over last year. Strong, Republican, Republi-can, is elected to Congress in the 1st, , and Starkweather, Republican, in the 3rd di striets. Hendriek, Democrat, is probably elected to Congress in the L'ud, and Barnum, Democrat, in the . 4th districts. The State is verv close. Hartford. 4. By all the towns in at twelve, and estimating those not in at last year's rate, Jewell's maioritv will be eighty. Kallogg is elected to" Congress Con-gress by fifty-three majority. The following return's are in: Mansfield Mans-field Jewell 23.), English lsto; g.3 ford Jewell 331, Emriish 34.; Ver-1 non Jewell 545. English 337: Stan-, Stan-, lord Jewell 766, English 66.; Bridgeport Bridge-port Jewell 1.73d. English 2.ut?3: i Norwalk Jewell 1,073. English ' S33; ' Haxuord Jewell 9,630, English 9.671; Newhaven Jeweli 10.373." English. ll.t-041 New Lnndon Jewell 5ilo.i. ' b.ug.ish 4.o37: Fairrte'.d Jewell 7,7'M English ..t.vJ: Windham-Jewell 3.474. Eng.ishiJ.i.Cii; Midd.esex-Jeweil 3.139. Er,g.i.-h LVotM: LttchSeld-Jewell i.-2. Eng-.sh 4.5 16: Tiiland Jewed 2.03' hng.ish 1.700. Total. Jewell 45.7S9-. Eociish 45.674t Jeweli's ma:ori:v 11 j. The .towns to hear from are Darlen. Ce.umo'ia. Hetron. I nion. Warren and Har.and. These to wns votin e as ist year. Jewell's majority will he i"04. i Ke..ogg. Republican, is elected in the j2ni atstnet by twenty maiority. . The Senate will stand thirteen Re-(rutjeans Re-(rutjeans to e'cht Democrati. The : House wti b Republican tv a s-ci ma;oriry.