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Teller Supporting Bryan.
L incoln , Neb., Julv 18—That
William J. Bryan will receive the
support of Henry M. Teller there
can be no longer any doubt. Mr.
Bryan today received a letter from ■
Senator Teller in which be told
bim he would support him in his
race for president. The letter reads
On Corner opposite Post Office.
able to consolidate the friends of
free silver in your support, and if
we do this I believe you will be
elected, although I do not overlook
Denyer, July 15.—Hon. W. J.
Bryan, Lincoln, Neb.—Dear Sir:
I congratulate you on your nomi
nation at Chicago. I think the
country is to be congratulated also.
I need not assure you tLat your
nomination was more than satisfac
tory to me. I think we shall be
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the tremendous power that will lie
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put against us in this campaign.
All the power of money and organ
ized wealth, corporations and mon
opolies of all kinds will be against
Justice is on our side, and this is,
the cause of the people. It is a con-1
test for industrial independence
and for f-eedorn from the domina-1 ■
tion of foreign powers and foreign I
capitalists; and it does not seem
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tice would fail and wrong prevail, >
I do not believe we shall fail. I •
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to you save to advise you that, as I
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office of president of the United
States without the embarrassment
that follows pledgee and promises, I
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