What he Wanted. - A stranger one day passing through a ccrtain Btreet was seized by a " barkor " of a clothing store, who, without ceremony, pulled him into tho shop, and began puffing up hi9 fino roady made clothing. IJeing old and infinn, ho modo littlo resistance, but asked tho man if ho was tho znastcr of the place. " No, sir," said the " barker," " but I will bring him immodiately." Tho man retumed with the master, to whom he put tho samo qucstion. " Are you tho master of tho store, air ?" " Tes, sir, what can I do for you ? " " Only," he replied, " just hold your man a minute, while I go out." Tho Kentuoky Court of Appeala has declared that tho inutality of an engagement may bo proved against a young lady "by showing that she demeaned herself as if she ooncurred in or approved tho young man's promises or offer. It is not necessary that thore should be an expresa promise on either side.