Quaker wit is not iggressive, but anyone rush onotigh to scratcli r Quaker generally fiuiis a waj; - to his oost. An old Qoaker went inlo bookstore, and an linpertincnt lalecman, wlafilDg to have gome sport at his expenso, Raid to liim, "You nre from the country, arent you?'' "Ye9," (liiiekly answereil the (juuker. "Then here's just the ÜHng for you," responded the elerk, holding op ;i honk. "Wliat is it?" asked tlie Quaker. "U's an essay on the rearing of culvcs." "Friend," said tlie Quaker, "thee liiul better present that to tliy inother!"'