Who Buys the Boardman & Gray Piano? We present a few namos of purchasers ol tlie new Boardman ís Gray UPRIGEtT l'ianoa. J. J. Goodyear, J. M. Swlft, John Mead, Dr. 1'. B. Rose, Mra. Judge Cooley (three in one order), John Moorc, Mrs. Muggie Slater, Mrs. Spence, Mrs. Dr. Dunster. Prof. M. E. Cooley, Mrs. Dr. Angelí, Prof. L. D. Wines, O. Schultz, Prof. F. L. York, AVesleyan Guild, Dr. Gibbes, Prof. Hositer G. Cole, Wm. Biggs, .Mrs. Fields, P. G. Sukey. Read these solid unparchaaed testimoníale. Cali or writc for testim jnlal catalogae. Mr. Ai,vm Wiiset, Dsar Sir :- We purchascd our Boardman & Gray Uprlght Piano of you about 8ix year acó. It has never been tuncd, nover been out of order. No piano cotild do better. Ann Akbor, Aag. lat, 18S9. ïours truly, Tom. E. Nickel?. From Prof. Francia L. York, of the Ann Arbor School of Mnsic, and Organist of the Chnrch of Our Fathcr, Detroit, Mlch. Alvis Wilskt, Eaq., Dear Sir -The Boardman & Gray Upright Piano that I pnrchased of yoit flve years ag3 has been in almnat constant use, much more so than U nsual. It wears like lron, and Btande in tune remirkably. The B. & G. is a very rallable piano. Fbakcis L. Yokk. Ann Akbor, March 7th, '89. An Abbor, Mich., March, 1887. Messrs. Boardyan & Grat, Gentlemen ;- I fake plenaure in tayini; that the Boardman & Gray purchawed from your agent here haa givcn ffroat satUfaction. The tone action and tone piHtalning (liiaility are admirable. 1 think it puculiarly delig'itful as an accompaniment to the volee, there is a certain qnilityof rlchnes, which Is wonderfnlly helpftil in proloned tones. It requirc less frequent tuning than any piano I have known and I think lew piano? cqual it. Yours respcctfully, Mrs. Jamks lï. Anoell. 77 Boardman & Qray stands unrivaled in the ESSENTIALS of a first-class piano. 25 S, Fourth St., Ann Arbor.