passengers at noon yesterday. New Revenue Cutter. Lieutenant L. M. Keene, of the marine cutter McLane, is In receipt of tullowing letter from Congressman Koa"an in reference to the building oj a new revenue cutter to take tho place oÂ£ the now in rervice here: WASHINGTON, U. C., April 2s, ISSfl.--LUSH- tenant L. M. Kei-no, Baiveston--Denr Kmce j saw you, at the request of the Ciry of the treasury, I had a couferonoe w i t h lam about the building oC a u.-.v st-1 for the revenue marine service for Cslveston station. The estimate ot *-::, l:eretofore submitted to Congress far this impose by the secretary of the treasury, v.ns referred to and considered alon^ i frlcial statements heretofore submitted the department recommending the c;n- i-trnction of mich a vessel. .SeorRtavy hild expressed hlmsolf decidedly in of its construction, and said if it were necessary lie would submit an additional s-tnttment to Coofivess Â°" the subject. On the second day I called the attention attention of Mr. Kandall, chairman of himself vc.-y claeiilp-lly that tho bii'ililin? this vessel was necessary, and said ho would bring the matter to the attention t.:e appropriation committee. I think wo may expect n favorable action of prcss on this subject, aud the early construe'! on ,', r a BOCKl vei " s el to take the place of the McLane. Very respectfully, Jons H. lisAOAS.