Gossip From Tlen-tsln. A traveler In Tlen-tsln, mentioning tho razlnfi -of tho walls of tho anclont city, relates that the work was dono chiefly by formor boxers, hired for tho purposo. Even tho chlldron on tho streetfl mndo llfo unpleasant for theso turncoats by taunting them with a two-lino doggerel running as follows; From our cakes you nto upall; Now you've como to spoil our wall. Tho referenco In tho first lino is to the largo flat cakes of unleavened flour, mixed with brown Biigar, upon which tho boxers wero fed by tho patrons of tho movement in Tien-tsln. To many of them boxerlsm was merely mere-ly a tneaci of earning a living.