A good many sayings and saws, wise i and íoolish, never uttered by tbe late i Mr. A. T. Stewart, are aow attribufced to him. But, sevcn years ago, he did give to a young inquirir a sentiment whicli, in eme shape or anotlier, lias often appeared ia connection with bis name sinee his deatb. Tbe inquiring young man, anxioue to make a fortune, resolved lo find out the secret of doing it by asking a f 3w of the most suocessful fortune makers in the city. ' ' ïhere is ! no secret about it." said Commodore. Vanderbilt; "all you have to do is to j attend to your business and go aheftd." "There is nothu%," said George Luw, ! " so easy as rmiking money Wben you have money to inake it with; the only 1 thing is to see the crisis and take it at; ; its flood." The anxious inqnii-or fouud it hard to get the answer he wanted from A. T. Btewart, wbo merely said: "Ij eonsider honesty and trutli great aids in the gainiug oí fortune. :' - Nt:-w Vork Sun. A dozen Turks, from Jerusalem, havo ai'rivid in Philadeiphia.