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JOSEPH M. BAILEY.-JOHN D. CATON.
PROCEEDINGS HAD IN THE SUPREME COURT OF ILLINOIS, HELD AT OTTAWA, ON SATURDAY, THE 28TH DAY OF MARCH, 1896, BEING OF THE MARCH TERM OF THAT YEAR.
The Hon. JOSEPH MEAD BAILEY, one of the Justices of this court, died at Freeport, Illinois, on October 16, The Hon. JOHN DEAN CATON, formerly one of the Justices of this court, died at Chicago, Illinois, on July 30, 1895. At the March Term, 1896, of the court, held at Ottawa, on the 28th day of March the following proceedings were had:
Judge S. P. SHOPE, on the death of Judge BAILEY, addressed the court:
If your Honors please-The duty has been imposed upon me, as a member of the bar of this State, to present to this court the memorial adopted at a meeting of the Chicago bar in respect of the life, services and death of that distinguished citizen and judge, JOSEPH MEAD BAILEY. That memorial is as follows:
"Justice JOSEPH MEAD BAILEY was born in Wyoming county, New York, in the year 1833. After attending the district school and completing his education in the University of Rochester he studied law in the city of Rochester, New York, was admitted to the bar of that State in 1856, and the same year came to the State of Illinois and commenced the practice of his profession at Freeport. He served his district in the legislature from 1866 until 1870.