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SECHECY0FT1IE BALLOT How It Will Be Secured Here after in Illinois. TEXT OF THE NEW ELECTION LAW. Act or the Legislators Providing for the domination of Candidates for Public Offices and the Printing and Diatrlba tlon of Ballot at Public Expense flow Tickets Are Made Out. AN ACT to provide for the printing and distribution of ballots at public expense, and for the nomination of candidates for public offices, to regulate the manner of . holding elections, aud to enforce the secrecy of tLo ballot. Sectios 1. Beit enacted by the people of the irtat of Illinois, represented in the general assembly: That in all elections hereafter to be held in this state for public officers, except for trustees of schools, school directors, members of boards of education, officers of road districts in , counties not tinder township organization, the voting shall be by ballots printed and distributed at public expense as herein fter provided, and no other ballot shall he used. Sec. 2. The printing and delivery of the ballots and cards of instruction to voters hereinafter described, shall, in municipal elections in cities, villages and incor porated towns, be paid for by the several cities, villages and incorporated towns re spectively, and iu town elections by the town, and in all other elections tHe print ng of the ballots and cards of instruction for the voters in each county and the de livery of them to the several voting pre cincts and election districts shall be paid for by the several counties respectively. The term "general election" as used in this act, shall apply to any election held for the choice of a national, state, judicial, dis trict or county officer, whether for full term or for the filling of a vacancy. The term "city electiou" shall apply to any municipal election held in a city, village, or incorporated town. Sec. 3. Any convention of delegates, and any caucus or meeting of qualified voters, as hereinafter defined, and individual vo ters to the number and iu the manner hereinafter specified, may nominate can didates for public office, whose na.nes shall be placed upon tlta ballots to be furnished a hereinafter provided. Sec. 4. Any convention of delegates, caucus or meeting representing a political party which at the general election next proceeding polled at least two (2) per ceut. of the entire vote cast in the stale, or in the electoral district or division thereof, or the municipality for which the nominatiou is made, may 'or the state, or for the elect oral district or division thereof or munic ipality for which the convention, caucus or meeting is held, as the-ase may -be, by causing a cer'ificate of nomination to be duly filed, make one such nomination for each OiTice therein to be filled at the elec tion. Kvery such certificate of nomina tion shall stale such facts as are required In section six (f) of this act, and shall lie signed by the presiding officer and by the secretary of the convention, caucus or meeting, who shall add to their signatures their places of residence. Such certificates shall bs sworn to by them to ke true to lis best of their knowledge and belief, and a fertificate of the oath shall be annexed to the certificate of nomination. SEC. B. Nominations of candidates for any office to he filled by the voters of the Htate at large may also Is? made by nomi nation papers, signed in the aggregate for each candidate by not less than one thou sand (1,000) qualified voters of the state. Nomination of candidates for office within any district or political division less thau the state and in all cities having a popula tion in excess of 5,000 may le made by nomination papers signed in the aggregate for each candidate by qualified voters of snch district or political division not less than one for each fifty persona who voted at the next preceding general election in such district or division, but in no case by less than tweuty-nve (J"). In elections to be held in a town, villHge, precinct or ward, and in all cities with a topulation ' not exceeding 5.000, the signature of voters thereof equaling 5 per cent, of the vote cast therein at the last preceedinp election shall be sufficient for the nomination of a candi date who is to be voted for only in such town, village, precinct or ward or city. Each voter signing a nomination taper shall add to his signature his place oi resi dence, and each voter may subscrilie to one nomination for each office to be filled and no more: Provided, that the name of any candidate whose name may appear in nny other place upon the ballot shall uot be so added by petition for the same office. Sec. fi. All certificates of nomination or nomination papers shall, liesides eon tain i ti the names of candidates, specify as to each: 1. The office to wLiuh he is nominated. ''. The party or political principal which lie represents, expressed in not more than five (") words. ft. His place of residence, with the street and number thereof, if any. In the case of electors for president and vice-president of the I'nited States, the names ot the candidates for prtsideut and vice-president may lie ndded to the party or politi cal appellation. Sec. 7. Certificates of nomination and nomination papers for the iiouiiiiation of candidates for office to lie filled by the elect ors of the entire state, or any division or , district greater than a cuuuty, shall he filed with the secretary of state at least thirty days previous to the day of election for which the candidates are nominated. All other certificates for the nomination of candidates shall be filed with the county clerk of the respective counties nt least thirty days previous to the day of such election: Provided, that certificates of nomination and nomination papers for the nomination of candidates for the offices in cities, villages and incorporated towns and for town offices in counties under township organization shall be filed with the clerks of the towns, cities, villages and incorpor ated towns at least fifteen days previous to the day of such election. SEC. 8. Any person whose name has been presented as a candidate may cause his liauie to be withdrawn from nomination ly his request in writing signed by him and acknowledged liefore nn officer quali fied to take acknowledgment of deeds, anil filed with the ecreUiry of state uot less than fifteen 1 1.") days or with the proper clerk not less than eight (S) days previous .to the day of flection., and no name ho withdrawn shall be printed upon the bal lots. All certificates' of nomination and nomination papers, when filed, shall be open, under the proper regulation, to pub- lie inspection, and the secretary of state and the several .clerks having charge of nomination papers snail preserve tlie same in their respective offices not less than six months. bEC. V. In case a candidate who has been July nominated under the provisions ot section six (6) of this act die before elec- Ikvj day, or decline the nomination, as in this .rX provided, or should any certificate of nomination be held insufficient or inop erative by the officer with whom they may be filed, the vacancy or vacancies thus oc casioned may be filled by the political pan.y or ot her persons making the ongi nal nominations, or, if the time is insuf ficient therefor, then the vacancy may be filled, if the nomination was by convention or caucus, in such manner as the conven tion or caucus had previously provided, or. in case of no snch previous provision, then by a regularly elected general or executive committee representing the political party or persons holding such convention, meet ing or caucus. The certificates of nomina tion made to supply such vacancy shall state, in addition to the other facts re quired by section six (6) of this act, the name of the original nominee, the date of nis death or declination of nomination, oi the fact that the former nomination has been held insufficient or inoperative, and the measures taken in accordance with tht above requirements for filling a vacancy, and it shall be signed and sworn to by the presiding officer and secretary of the con vention or caucus, or by the chairman and secretary of the duly authorized commit tee, as the case may be. Sec. 10. The certificates of nomination and nomination papers being so filed and being in apparent conformity with tht provisions of this act, shall tie deemed to be valid, unless objection thereto is duly made in writing. Such objections or other questions arising in relation thereto in the case of nomination of state officers shall be considered by the secretary of state and the auditor and attorney gen eral, and the decision of a majority of these officers shall be final. Such objec tions or questions arising in the case of nominations of officers to be elected by tht voters of a division less than the state and greater than a county, shall be considered by the county judges of the counties em braced in such division, and the decision of a majority of these officers shall be final. Such objections or questions arising in the case of nominations of candidates foi county officers shall be considered by the county judge, county clerk and state's at torney for snch county, and the decision of a majority of said officers shall be final. Objections or questions arising in the ease of nominations of city, town or village of ficers shall Us considered by the mayor ot president of the board of trustees, and the city, town or village clerk, with whom ont alderman or trustee thereof, as the case may be, chosen by lot shall act. and tht decision of a majority of such officers shall lie final. Such objections arising in the case of nominations of town officers shall be considered by the board of audit ors of such town, and the decision of a majority of such auditors shall be final. In any case where such objection is made, notice shall forthwith "be given to the can didates affected thereby, addressed to their places of residence as givea in the nomina tion pajiers and stating the time an 1 place when and where such objections will be considered1: Provided, that in cities, towns or villages having a board ot electiou commissioners such question shall be considered by such board and its decision shal' be final. Sec. 11. When such certificate is filed with the secretary of state he shiUl, in cer tifying nominations to the various county clerks, insert the name of the person who has been thus nominated to fill a vacancy in place of toe original nominee, and in the event that he has already sent forward his certificate, he shall forthwith eertuy to the clerks of the proper counties the name and description of the person sc nominated to fill a vacancy, the office he is nominated for, with the other details mentioned in certificates of nomination filed with the secretary of state, and in cases where such clerk is not charged by this act with the printing of the ballots, he shall immediately certify the name so supplied to the authorities charged with the printing of the ballots. The name n supplied for I he vacancy shall, if the bal lots are not already printed, be placed on the ballots in place of the name of the original nominee; or if the ballots have been printed, new ballots, whenever prac ticable, shall be furnished. Sec. 12. Whenever it may not be prac ticable to have new ballots printed it shall be the duty of the election officer having charge of the ballots to dace the name supplied for the vacancy upon each ballot issued before delivering it to the voter; the name so supplied may be placed upon the ballots either by affixing a paster or by writing or stamping the name on the bal lot; and to '.-liable this to be done, the of ficer with whom the certificates of nomi nation are to lie filed shall immediate'? furnish the name of such substituted nominee to all judges of election within the territory iu which such nominee may be a candidate. SEC. 13. Xot- less than fifteen days lie fore an election to fill any public office the secretary of state shall certify to the couuty clerk of each county within which any of the electors may by law vote for candidates for such office, the name and description of each person nominated for Buch office as specified iu the certificates ol nomination filed with the secretary ol state. Sec. 14. The names of all candidates to be voted for in each election district or pre cinct shall be printed on one ballot; all nominations of any political party or group of petitioners being placed under the party appellation or title of such party or group as designated by them iu their certificates of nomination or petitions, or if none lie designated, theu uuder some suitable title, aud the ballot shall con tain no other names, except, that in case of electors for president and vice-president of the United States, the names of the candidates for president and vice-president may be added to the party or polit ical designation. If a constitutional amendment or other public measure is submitted to a vote, such question shall be printed upon the ballot after the list of candidates, i.ud words calculated to aid the voter in his choice of candidates or to answer any question submitted to vote, may be added, such as: "Vote for one," "Vote for three," "Yes," "No," or the like. On the back or outside of the ballot, so as to appear when folded, shall be printed the words, "Official ballot," followed by the designation of the polling place for which the ballot is prepared, the date of the election and a fac simile of the signa ture of the chirk or other officer who hits caused the ballots to be printed. The bal lots shall be of plain white paper, through which the printing or writing cannot be read. Tbe party appellation or title shall be printed in capital letters, not less than one fourth of an inch iu height and a cir cle one-half inch in, diameter sliall be printed at the beginning of the line in which such appellation or title is printed. The names of candidates shall be printed in capital letters not less than one-eighth nor more than one-fourth of inch in height: and at the beginning of each line in which a name of a candidate is printed a square shal.' be printed, the sides of which shall not le less than one-fourth of an inch in length. The list of candidates of the several parties and groups of peti tioners shall lie placed in separate col umns on the ballot in such order as the authorities charged with the printing of the ballots shall decide. As nearly as practicable the ballot shall be in the following form: o 5 5 9 s a 2 O 2 2 r" ft r 2, W a. r o a -i o CO F3 3 c r o IT. o 5 c c C-l O - -5 2- H -J s 3. ' w ' O s c S3 5- C5 2 o 2 3 i5 2 w s - ' 'A - S 2 S c Jl (And coiitinuing in like manner as to all candidates to be voted for at such elec tion.) Sec. 15. For all elections to which this act applies, the county clerks, in their re spective counties, shall have charge of the printing of the ballots for all general elec tions, and shall furnish them to the judges of election; the city, town or village clerk shall hav-i charge thereof and furnish them in all city elections, and the town clerk in c unties under township organiz ation shal. hive charge thereof and fur nish the same in all town elections to which this act applies: Provided, that in cities, tow ns or villages having a board of election c inimissioners. such board shall havecharte of the printing of the ballots and furnish them to the judges of election within tht territory under their jurisdic tion. Baliots shall be printed and in pos session of the officer charged with their distribution at least two days liefore the election, and subject to the inspection of candidates and their agents; if any mis takes tie discovered they shall be corrected without delav. The .officer so charged with the rrinting of the ballots shall cause to be delivered to the judges of election at the pollin.? place of each precinct or dis trict, not .ess than twelve hours before the time fixed by law for the opening of the polls therein, 1U0 ballots of the kind to 1 voted in such precinct or di trict for svery fifty votes cast therein nt the last preceding election for state offi cers; such ballots shail 1 put up in sepa rate scale I packages, with marks on the outside clearly designating the polling place for which they are intended, and the number of tmllots enclosed, and receipt therefor shall be given by the judges of election to whom they are delivered. which receipt shall be preserved by the officer charged with the printing of tbe ballots. The officer or authorities charged with the printing and distributing of the ballots sh tU provide and retain at his or their office an ample supply ot ballots, ia addition "o those distributed to the sev eral voting precincts or districts, and if at any time, on or before the day of election, the ballots furnished to any precinct shall be lost, destroyed or exhausted before the polls are closed, on written application signed by a majority of the judges of sucn precinct or district, or signed and sworn to by one of such judges, he shall inline oiateiy ctuse to oe aenverea to suca judges, at the polling place, such addi tional suppl" of ballots as may be re quired and sufficient to comply with the provisions- of this act. Sec. 16. Whenever a constitutional amendment or other public measure is proposed to be voted upon bv the people. the substt nee of such amendment or other public measure shall be clearly indicate ! upon the ballot, and two Sjpaces shall be leu upon ine margin, one ior votes iav- oringthe Hintudment, or public measure. to be designated by the word "ves, aud one for votes opposing the amendment or measure, to be designated by tue word ttno," as in tla. form herein given: Prniosed amendment to the YES. X constitution pivintt .mupres h life tern, of office and niakH ini; thtroi apitointive. NO. The elector shall designate his vote by a crass mark, thus (x). Sec. 17. It may be slated in the certifl cates of nomination of candidates for rep resentatives in the general assembly what numtier of votes it is desired shall be primed as given to such candidate or canclidate-t, und in such case the ballots shall lie so printed. In any case where the certificate of nominatiou does not so state, then no number of votes shall be printed on the ballots as to tqe candidate or candidates named in sucn certificates. In canvas-iin-? the vote for representatives in the general assembly, if the ballot has been so marked as to indicate that the voter intends to vote for one person only lor that omce, it shall be counted three votes for t hat candidate; if it has been so marked us to indicate that the voter in tends tovote for two persons for represent atives it shall be counted one and one-half votes for each of such candidates, unless otherwise on the ballot expressly stated and if it Las been so marked as to indicate an intention to vote for three persons for such office it shall be counted one vote for each, of si ch candidates, unless otherwise on the ballot expressly stated; and if it has been so marked as to indicate an at tempt to vote for more persons for repre sentative than the voter is entitled to vote for, the votes for representatives on such ballot shall not be counted. Sec. 18. The officer or officers whose duty it is to have the ballots printed shall prepare full instructions for the guidance of voters at each e lection as to obtaining ballots, ta to the manner of marking t hem and the method of gaining assistance and as to obtaining new ballots in place of those accidentally spoiled; and they shall respectively cause the same, together with cop es ot sections twenty-one (21), twenty-tvx (22), twenty-three (33), tweu- SPECIAL m BOSTON Another large lot of Ladies Russet Oxfords, Several styles in Oxfords, Patent Leather Tips, See our Patent Leather Oxfords at Men's solid Congress and Lace Shoes, a it n ti n a The best shoe in the city for See our Dongola, Congress and Lace, Three Dollars The best and largest line in the city, - i.ofj New lines of Ladies' fine Oxfords just received, at $2, 2.2) and 2.5o. A, B, C, D and E. It pays to trade at the BOSTON SHOE STORE, 1623 Second ALL HOODS GUARANTEED- " ty-four (24). twenty-five (23), twenty-eight (-', aud twenty-nine (29) of this act, to be printed in large, clei- type, on separate cards, to lie called cari?s of instruction; and such officer or officers shall furnish to the judges of election a sufficient number of such cards of instruction to enable the judges of election to comply with the pro visions of this act. Sec. l'J. The judges of election shal cause nt le;-s than one of such cards to be posted in each voting booth provided for the preparation of ballots, and not less than four of such cards to be posted in and ahout the polling places upon the day of election. Judges of election shall, not less than five days prfor to an election, cause to be conspicuously posted, in five or more public places in their voting pre cinct or election district, a card of instruc tion and a specimen ballot printed on col ored paper, containing the names, Resi dence, and party or political affiliation of all candidates nominated as herein pro vided, and to be voted for in such precinct, substantially in the form of the general ballot to be used hereia, and they shall likewise cause to be published, prior to the day of election, in at least two news papers, if there be so many published in such county, representing the political parties which cast at the preceding electiou the largest and next largest number of votes, a list of all the nominations made as herein provided and to be voted foj- at such election, as near as may be, in the form in which they shall appear upon the general ballot. Sec. 20. The judges of election of their respective election precincts or election districts shall have charge of the ballots and furnfsh them to the voter as herein after set forth. Sec. 21. All officers upon whom is im posed by law the duty of designing or pro viding polliug places shall proviiie in each polliug place so designated or provided a sufficient number of booths, which ball be provided with such supplies and con veniences, including shelves, pens, pen holders, ink, blotters and pencils, as will enable the voter to prepare his ballot for voting, aud iu which voters may prepare their ballots, screened from all observa tion as to the manner in which they do so; and a guard rail shall be so constructed and placed that only such persons as are inside said rail can approach within six feet of the ballot box and of such voting booths. ' The arrangements shall be such that voting boot lis can only be reached by passing within said guard rail. They shail be within plain view of the election offi cers, aud both they and the ballot boxes shall be within plain view of those out side the guard rail. Kash of said booths shall have three sides enclosed, one side iu front, to open and shut by a door swing ing outward, or to be closed with a cur tain. Each side of each booth shall be seven feet high, and the door or curtain shall extend to within two feet of the floor, which shall be closed while the voter is preparing his ballot: aud such boothsshall be well lighted. Each booth shail be at least three feet square, and shall contain a shelf at least one foot wide, at a conven ient height for writing. Xo person other than the electiou officers and the chal lengers allowed by 1 iw, and those ad mitted for the purpose of votiug as here inafter provided, shall be permitted with in the guard rail, except by authority of the electiou officers to keep order nd en force the It w. "The number of such voting booths shall not be less than one to every ltK) voters who voted at the last preceding election in the district. The expense of providing booths and guard rails and other things required in this act shall be paid in the same manner as other election expenses. Sec. 22. Any person desiring to vote shall give his uame and, if required to do so, his residence, to the judges of election, one of whom shall thereupon announce the same in a loud and distinct tone of voice, clear and audible; and if such name is found on the register of voters by the officer having charge thereof, he shall likewise repeat said name and the voter shall be al lowed to euter the space inclosed by the guard rail, as above provided. One of the judges shall give the voter one, and only one, ballot, ou the back of which such judge shall indorse his initials in such manner that they may be seen when the ballot is properly folded, and the voter's name shall be immediately checked on the register' list At all elections, when a registry may be required, if the name of any person so desiring to vote at 6uch election is not found on the register of voters, he shall not receive a ballot until he shall have complied with f he law pre scribing the manner aud conditions of voting by unregistered voters. If any SALE OF -A.T- SHOE Ave., under Rock Island House fITTLC 52fH IVER Bm .Sggfflgl ' Pick Eeadache n3 re lieve all tbo troubles fecl cei.t to a bilious Etjteof tha sT?f3E. sucn as pie?:ne!-s. Nausea, rsrowsiaesn. 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