rf M.-MMmn it To. 1'jiE SIDE-WALK AROUXD TITE CUSTOM U-ASE A N D POST OmcÂ£.--Some mouths iijÂ£i. we complained about the condition of 'he aid*?-walk around the Custom House PiÂ«i Olllce. \Ve were informed tlmt the ruiiod States architect was soon ex- [r-::ed. and the tluntf would be attended :.'. and a few days afterwards we-.were ci'ji-h [leaued to see the work commenced. 2lit, altia! little did we think that the ,V?Â«hern energy -which direota and con- trjiri so satisfactorily to us, the Custom House, would BO soon be expended," The ^;.lrr-walk is now In almoet as bad condition is it ever was. When it rams we are obliged to wade through the mud/.and when the weather in dry, we plod wearily trough the deep eind/and when the'wihd' tilows, the pariiclea of sand fiy about, al- nrjst cauainif us to-; .. Well, never mind, w^ hftve said enough. Now ia the time 'Â·A the Collector of. the Port and tho Port Warden to have their eav in the matter. l Â· Wild now Bntfsh Liverpool-T. Bark np Weaer, S. co U. T. F. J. B. A. pon Fred Â· Jennie Isold, new Jalla - T.