passengers at noon yesterday. New Revenue Cutter. Lieutenant L. M. Keene, of the marine cutter McLane, is In receipt of tullowing letter from Congressman 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 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.