U. . ... -u. The Í5wis autlioritios h..w: ;it last sanctioned the plans tor a railway up the Jungfrau. The railway will, in its upper extremity, ruu in a tunnel, rising in spirals in the interior of the mountain and will end on a little rocky plateau on the western side of the summit. The last portion of tho ascent will be made, painful to relate, by something so inteusely modern as an elevator. The narrow ridge at the summit will be leveled by blastingfor a hotel.