The subscribers to the School of Music building fund held a meeting at the court house, Tuesday evening, presided over by A. L. Noble. About forty of the subscribers were present. The total amount of the subscriptions so far received was $12,000. It was decided to form at once a stock company with a capital of $25,000 to be known as the School of Music Building Association and the following temporary were elected, A. L. Noble, Col. H. . Dean, G. Frank Allmendinger, Moses Seabolt, E. F. Mills, L. D. Wiiies and Ottmar Eberbach. The direc'ors organized by electing A. L. Noble, president, Moses Seabolt, vice president and L. D. Wines, secretary and treasurer. Col. Thompson was instructed to draw up articles of incorporation and a committee consisting of L. D. Wines, E. F. Johnston and Judge Cheever were appointed to see that the articles were signed by the subscribers to the fund. A good deal of interest was manifested and it is proposed to push the building at once.