Statuary. Professor Barfoot, of the Museum, is getting into place some statuary of prominent and historical personages, received yesterday from .New York for the Museum. This is an addition to the many attractions of the institution, which we recommend our friends who come in to Conference to visit. They can spend some time in it with much pleasure and derive valuable val-uable instruction by examining, the collection of specimens. The statuary was forwarded by Mr. J. TV. Young, the proprietor, from the east.