lÍErsr Okleaxs, Marnh 6. Tho Timen publishes a long interview with Gov. Warmouth, in which, aftor stating that ho h;td no intention of making frit-nds with Gen. Grant, tho Govornor said : " I intend to support the nominee of the Cincinnati Convention. If Gen. Grant is nominated at Philadelph:a I sim unqualifiuilly and determinedly opposed to General Grant's re-eloction as President of the United States." His riüisim IV' opposing Grant is that Grant supportcd thi! Federa] officials in Louisiana in their efforts to destroy the State govorniiunt. Warmouth further said that "if, under any circumstances, he (■(■sented to beeome a candidato for rceleetioa, it would only be as a Reformer on a Befonn platform." A letter has been rocoived from the eliairman of tho National Iíepublican Committee reoOgHÍ2ÍHK the Reinibliean oommittee of whieh Marshal Packard is ehairnian as tho only regular Republican organization in Louisiana.