EL CREPúSCULO. Ponce newspaper edited by Francisco Vidal, redacted by Emilio Toro. Literary, instrucction and news dedicated to the youngsters newspaper. It was followed by The Eco.
EL LUNES. San Juan literary weekly.
LUZ Short-lived newspaper, published in Arecibo.
EL JíBARO First newspaper in Aguadilla.
EL LOCO First newspaper published in Caguas. Comedy newspaper directed by Matías Gil de Rubio.
EL PAíS. Newspaper that covered politics, literature, agriculture, business, and public notices. It was edited by Francisco Vidal. It ceased circulation in 1868. It reappeared for a brief period in 1875.
LA EDUCACIóN Short-lived newspaper.
EL REDACTOR Short-lived newspaper.
EL DUENDE Weekly featuring criticism, satire, literature and entertainment published by Vicente Fontán in San Juan.
EL ANUNCIADOR. Free biweekly dedicated to publishing advertisements. It was published in Ponce.
1870-1874 EL PROGRESO. San Juan newspaper. Along with La Razón of Mayagüez, it promoted civic involvement in Puerto Rico. It provided orientation for the public about how to vote and urged support for the Liberal Reformist Party.
LA RAZóN. Mayagüez weekly edited by José Ramón Freyre. It carried articles by its editor, Manuel Fernández Juncos, Mario Braschi, José María Monge, and Bonocio Tió, among others. It was published until 1873. It later reappeared in 1890 under the direction of Mario Braschi. It ceased circulation in 1891.
EL PASATIEMPO. Literary weekly in Ponce, directed by Rafael Rodríguez.
LA HOJA DE ANUNCIO Short-lived newspaper published in Ponce.
EL PROGRESO Short-lived newspaper published in San Juan.
LA REPRESENTACIóN NACIONAL Political newspaper. It was published until 1873.
El PUEBLO ESPAñOL Short-lived publication published in Mayagüez.
LOS GEMELOS Theater bill, short-lived publication published in Mayagüez.
LA ARAñA Published in San Juan lived only a month. Directed by Vance.
LA PROVINCIA Published in San Juan, directed by José R. Abad. It was a Reformist newspaper.
LA INSTRUCCIóN Published in San Juan, directed by José R. Abad.
PERO GRULLO Published in San Juan, it still published in 1873.
EL ESPAñOL. Short-lived newspapers published in San Juan.
DON SIMPLICIO Published in San Juan. Defended reformist ideas.
EL CENTINELA ESPAñOL Published in Mayagüez. Politics, literary and business newspaper. Direct by Carlos M. Navarro, later by Tomás Raya.
EL ECO DEL PUEBLO Newspaper covering politics, literature, industry and other news, published in Mayagüez. Abruptly suspended by Governor Sanz in 1874.
DON CáNDIDO Conservative Sunday weekly newspaper (supported assimilation with Spain) founded by Antonio Fabián and edited by Carmelo Villamartín Valiente at first and later by Saturnino González Reguera until 1873. It resumed operation in 1879 under the same management until 1880.
LA ESPAñA RADICAL Democratic newspaper, published in San Juan. It was directed first by Jacinto García Pérez, them by Laureano Vega and in 1873 by José Pablo Morales.
LA INDUSTRIA Short-lived newspaper published in San Juan.
EL AVISADOR DEL COMERCIO. Short-lived newspapers published in San Juan.
JUAN BOBO Satirical weekly edited by Ignacio Otero, it was the first newspaper published in Humacao.
LA VERDAD Newspaper that covered religion, science, literature and news. It was the organ of the San Juan Catholic Association. It was published until 1879 and reappeared in 1891.
AVISADOR DE COMERCIO Y LA INDUSTRIA San Juan publication that lasted for nine months.
EL PORVENIR Publication that defended Governor Sanz.
LA DEMOCRACIA First newspaper in Arecibo.
LA MAR Published in June in Mayagüez.
EL MURCIéLAGO Newspaper that covered religion, science, literature and news. Published in Mayagüez.
LA JUVENTUD Published in Mayagüez and abruptly suspended by Governor Sanz in 1874.
EL SEMANARIO PUERTORRIQUEñO Published in San Juan, one of the colaborator was José Pablo Morales.
EL ESTADO FEDERAL Published in San Juan, a reformist newspaper was abruptly suspended by Governor Sanz in 1874.
LA LINTERNA Political newspaper in Ponce, a supporter of federal republicanism. It was suspended in 1874.
EL DIABLILLO ROJO Published in Ponce and abruptly suspended by Governor Sanz in 1874.
DON SEVERO CANTACLARO. Published in Ponce, edited by Mario Braschi and written by Francisco J. Amy. It was liberal in its editorial position.
EL DERECHO. Published in Ponce. Many famous men contributed to it, including: Román Baldorioty de Castro, José Julián Acosta, Nicolás Aguayo, José Pablo Morales, José Gualberto Padilla, and others. Political, literary, business and cultural newspaper. It published 37 issues but was suspended after six months.
LA LIRA Dedicated to cultivating the fine arts, particularly music and poetry. Contributors: Alejandro Tapia, Braulio Dueño, Manuel María Sama, José Tizol, Juan Morel Campos, Salvador Brau, etc. It disappeared in 1876.
EL ARTESANO A Republican weekly published on Sundays four times each month in Ponce, it lasted just three months until the arrival of Governor Sanz. Directed by Wistremundo Muñoz.
EL AVISADOR Published in Ponce, founded by Ramón Marín and edited by Loreto de J. Montalvo. Literary, business and material interest newspaper. In 1875 it still published.
EL AVISADOR A free publication, published in Ponce under the same name, and dedicated to news and advertisements.
EL TIEMPO of Mayagüez, edited by journalist Juan F. Terreforte. In 1876, it moved to San Germán and was published until 1878.
EL MARTILLO Short-lived newspaper published in Guayama.
ESTA PROVINCIA Short-lived newspaper published in San Juan.
El CENTINELA DE ORIENTE Maybe a masonic newspaper.
EL LOCO Satiric-conservative newspaper directed by Francisco Larroca and published in San Juan.
BOLETíN DE INSTRUCCIóN PúBLICA Short-lived newspapers published in San Juan.
LA VOZ DEL PAíS Founded by Félix Padial and published in the capital, it lasted only one month.
EL ECONOMISTA Founded by José Pablo Morales, this newspaper used paper from the United States with ads printed on it. One of them had a Masonic insignia and the newspaper was fined and later suspended.
EL LOCO Satiric newspaper in San Juan. Editorially conservative, it was edited by Francisco Larroca. It only lasted six months.
LA CRóNICA DE PONCE. Ramón Marín replaced El Avisador with this publication, making it a literary newspaper covering the arts and news. In 1879, Román Baldorioty de Castro took over as editor and the publication took on a liberal reformist slant. As a result, in 1881 the Spanish government banned it.
EL ECO DEL PUEBLO Newspaper edited by Martín Luyando and published in Aguadilla.
EL AGENTE DE NEGOCIOS. Publication founded by Féliz Padial and Federico Asenjo on October 3, 1875. It was edited by its owner, Lucas Benítez Mojica. In January of 1877, Félix Padial became editor and the newspaper changed its name to El Agente. Its management, José Pablo Morales and Federico Asenjo, promoted a literary contest that was overseen by the Puerto Rican Athenaeum. Padial bought the Imprenta Capetillo press and changed the name to Imprenta El Agente. It closed in 1879.
LA PRENSA Founded and edited by Antonio Ruiz Quiñones in Mayagüez. It ended in 1880.
LA PAZ Short-lived newspaper published in Mayagüez. Politic and literary newspaper some of the writer were Bonocio Tió, José M. Monge, Francisco J. Amy y Manuel Fernández Juncos.
LA PATRIA Morning daily founded by Bonocio Tió Segarra and published in Mayagüez.
LA TARDE Newspaper edited by Martín Fernández. It was fined on various occasions by government censors for its liberal views. It was published in Mayagüez.
LA PROPAGANDA Newspaper founded by Martín Fernández after the closure of La Tarde by decree of Governor Sanz. It was published in Mayagüez.
Autor: Grupo Editorial EPRL
Published: September 09, 2010.