By Telesraph.l The Russian Question. The UemltTs special from Frank Ibrt says, Odo Russell's interview with Bismarck Bis-marck was of a diplomatic character. He represented to the Chancellor that England Eng-land assuredly would fight upon an ar-bitratry ar-bitratry breach of the treaty by Russia, and the. ineulf- tn "Knglonl impliprl in the tone adopted by the Russian government. gov-ernment. Bismarck was wary, and nreed a eonferenje, but with the object of backing up the Russian demands. Russia proposed Constantinople or St. Peiersburg as the place for the confer ence, but Bismarck makes a hoat of favoring England, by fixing London. Gortschakoff wants credit for yielding this point, at the same time he only regards the conference as a superfluous formality.