HIGHEST WATERFALL IN THE WORLD.
The highest waterfall in the world was thought to be the Cerosola cascade, in the Alps, having a fall of 2,400 feet. But a waterfall in the San Cuayatan canon, in the State of Durango, Mexico, now claims the first place. It was discovered by some prospectors ten years ago in the great barranca district, which is called the Tierras Desconocidas. While searching for the famous lost mine Naranjal, a great roar of water was heard. With great difficulty the party pushed on and up and down the mighty chasm until they beheld the superb fall, wffiich is said to be at least 3,000 feet high.