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Cheerful Stens in Kentucky. --The Lexington (Ky.) Reporter, of the 12th inst., has a brief, but very animated, report of a speech of Col. Frank Wolford, of Kentucky, of the U. S. Army, which for its outspoken daring and independent denunciation of the "powers that be" at Washington, is not second to the bitter and scathing ivernor, under his oath to support the Constitution and see the laws faithfully executed, to resist with all the constitutional power of the Commonwealth. Col. Wolford closed his speech by stating that he was aware that there were always in every public assembly now a-days "pimps and informers," who made it their business to o was seeking, by overriding all constitutional barriers and limitations, to trample upon the liberties of his country. Soon after the close of the speech Col. Wolford was arrested by the Federal authorities, but, upon demand of his regiment, was released. The speech, says the Reporter, "was received with tire most raptu