i could say out a solid 4-5 day split for yall but you should be the one to lay out a program/trainging split to reach your goals. with that said, stick to the mass builders...adding in isolated movements sparingly (preferably, towards the end of your workouts). i use a 5 day split, keeping pull and push movements seperate, keeping volume of sets fairly high and reps between 5-8. quickly, here's an outline.
(1) legs (2) chest (3)back (4) off (5) arms (6) shoulder/trap (7)off
this is the current split i have with cardio and abs sprinkled in throughout...i always change it up...even every two workouts.
not sure how "educated" you are in the exercises thats most beneficial when your goal is to add size (which it sure sounds like when you say you want to add 35 lbs on) deadlift,squats,bench,push press,miliatarypress,clean&jer k...the usual suspects. use em with heavy weights, where you would fail between 6-10 reps. Again sticking to compound movements my friend. But mainly, training is a small part of obtaining a goal of added weight and size. Nutrition and a good lifestyle (rest) are the majority. Take it from me man, i went from 155, to 125 (ouch), now back up to 172 currently with approx 10-12 bf%. (5'9) there are a lot of dudes here that can answer any question regarding exercise and programs you can do too...