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Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1877, by NORMAN L. That Lawndale is a village, within the limits of which the defendant is not bound to fence its road, is sufficiently ap- ])arent from the evidence, ou the authority of l Uinois Central Jiailroad Co. There is some controversy whether the place where the cow was killed is within the limits of a village, it being conceded that the defendant had not erected ;uid maintained suitable fences on the sides of its road, to prevent the encroachments of cattle at that point. to engage "in common labor" or "usual avocations, works of charity or necessity, only, excepted." Hence it is insisted tlie note is void. The de- cisions seem to be, promissory notes will not be void, though 1874.] King v.