The Vuelta Abajo was completely cowed, and sentries patrolled every settlement.
Its leaf, however, brings in the open market only about half the sum received for the Vuelta Abajo.
This tobacco as a rule is graded in quality and price a little below that of the choice Vuelta Abajo center.
The crop of the very best Vuelta Abajo tobacco is so small that not more than about 30,000 cigars can be made from it.
That which is raised on the western end of the island and is unequalled for smoking, is called "Vuelta Abajo."
The future of the former is most promising; it has no rival in the world; there is only one Vuelta Abajo district.
It is needless to state that this price for tobacco lands, even in Vuelta Abajo, does not prevail.
It owes its past and its present importance to its location as a centre of the tobacco region of the Vuelta Abajo.
The latter city is located in the western center of the Vuelta Abajo district.
In the first place, all the best tobacco grows at the lower end of the island, and is therefore called "Vuelta Abajo."