Moses Seabolt, of the coinmittee soliciting stock for the new School of Music building, reports that the eommittee has received subscriptions for $9,000 besides amount received on State street. The committee are working to raise $15,000 capital stock, which will erect a substantial building, vrhich will be the property of the stockholders. As the School of Music has proven so successful, there ought to be 110 difficulty in raising this amount of stock. It will put the school on a solid foundation. The Argus has faith that the school will become one of the foremost conservatories of music in the country, and that it will not be many years before the attendance will reach 1,000. To promote the growth of the School of Music will prove of greater advantage to the city than to secure the establishment of a factory employing 400 hands. If any of our readers have not taken stock in the school vet, we advise them to cali at Einsey & Seabolt's. They are not asked to give a bonus for a public improvement, as the building when erected belongs to the stockholders. But the $1-5,000 stock will do more good for Ann Arbor than $50,000 raised for bonuses.