The new residenee of Frederick J. Schleede, near the corner of Jefferson and South División streets, is nearing completion, aud will cost about $3,000. It will be one of the handaomest houses in the city. It consista of two stories, the lower one containing six large rooms, and the second seven, besides a commodious garret. The front portion is 16 by 28 feet in dimensión, with a handsome porch; back of that a transverso structure 16 by 80 feet; and behind that an annex 18 by 24 feet. The entire building will be heated by a hot-air f urnace, put in by Mr. Bert Schumacher, of South Main treet, and hot and cold water appara;us is provided to supply every room, 't will be lighted by gas, Messrs. cbuh & Muehlig having charge of the as-fitting. Arthur J. Kitson is doing tie carpenter work. Mr. Koch, the well-known stone mason, laid the 'oundations, the cellar extending uner the entire building. As soon as ;he house is ready for occupancy Mr. chleede will move in, leaving the old ïome that he has occupied for so many years on North Ashley street, which he has sold. It should be added lat the lower rooms will all be flnshed in red oak, and thoae of the econd story in Norway pine.