IT will be perceived, on our advertising columns, that the charitable of the community are invited to aid the soup cauldrons established in the city. All housekeepers should remember tht the smallest contributions from their kitchens and pantries– matters of slight consideration individually– would, in the aggregate contents of the soup-boiler, be of the greatest value. Nothing in the shape of aliment will come amiss to it; nothing so trifling that it will not be received with welcome and thankfulness. Let our friends remember this; and also remember the destitution of the shivering poor at this severe season; and the warmth and comfort that may be daily dispensed to thousands by their humane and christian co-operation.