AliVIN WILSEY, ESQ., Aon Arbor, Mlch. Dear Sir:- We purchased a Guild Piano of you nearly (or quite) nineteen yeara ago. We also purchased a Boardman & Gray of you four yeara ago. If the B. & G. wlll do aa good servioe as the Guild has we will be perfeotly satisfled with It. Thus far, however, the Guild has stood botter, and required less tuning than the Boardman & Gray. Yours truly, South Lyon, Mioh., March, 1890. WM, DOTY. Mr. W. F. Grimth, of Howell, (in the employ of Farrand, Williams & Clark, of Detroit), has just decided on a "Guild," after looking the field over pretty srenerally. Said a teacher of many years experienoe, "itis the best Upright Piano I have ever seen." It is tho best selling Piano I have ever sold ; for the reason that it is a PERFEOT Piano at a RBASONABLE piice. Sold for cash or on easy monthly or quarterly payments, I have sold a good many "Guild" Pianos. Every one without exoeption, has given complete satisfaotion. They are EXQUISITBLY flnished and please the most fastidious customer. I say emphatioally that I have never seen a more perfect piano in detail, AT ANY PRIOE, BEARING ANY NAME. Finished in mahogany, walnut, rosewood, etc. See them before you buy. Prioes reasonable. Over 25,000 in use. Have been manufactured in Boston nearly thirty yeara. ALVIN WILSBY, State Agent.