Newspapers named "The Phonograph"
There were at least 10 newspapers in the United States named the Phonograph prior to 1880 (and due to their start dates of between 1878 and 1880) in honor of Edison's December 6, 1877 invention of the Phonograph).
The Phonograph, St. Paul, Nebraska September 26, 1878
The Phonograph, St. Paul, Nebraska post-1960 changed their logo to include a gramophone
Phillips Phonograph, May 17, 1879 - Phillips, Maine - weekly newspaper began in 1878.
Phillips Phonograph, October 15, 1881 - Phillips, Maine
Phillips Phonograph - Phillips, Maine, weekly newspaper begun in 1878 - Franklin County, Maine
Lewiston Phonograph - Lewiston, Maine, weekly newspaper that was suspended in June 1880 (unknown when it started).
Phonograph - St. Paul, Nebraska, Howard County Pop. 4,391 weekly newspaper begun in 1878
Texas Phonograph - Taylorsville, Williamson County, Texas, weekly newspaper begun in 1880
Phonograph, Blanchard - La Fayette County, Wisconsin, weekly newspaper started in 1878, suspended in July 1880
Colby Phonograph, Colby Clark County, Wisconsin, weekly newspaper started in 1878
Phonograph - Plymouth, Hancock County, Illinois, weekly newspaper started in 1879
Sunday Phonograph - Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia, Sunday newspaper started in 1879
Rockwell Phonograph - Rockwell, Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, weekly newspaper started in 1879
Corning Phonograph - Corning - Steuben County, New York, weekly newspaper suspended in July 1880
The Phonograph-Herald, St. Paul, NE 1990
Tribune-Phonograph, Abbotsford et. al, WI, 2007