A first person narrative titled "Mark Twain in a Railroad Car" appeared
in an 1873 issue of Theriaki magazine -- a quarterly magazine published
by Samuel B. Collins. The narrative begins:
"I got into the cars and took a seat in juxtaposition to a female.
That female's face was a perfect insurance company for her -- it
insured her against ever getting married to anybody except a blind
man. Her mouth looked like a crack in a dried lemon, and there was
no more expression than there is in a cup of cold mustard."
The narrative ends:
"Dubuque is celebrated for its fine turn-outs on the streets. While
I was there a wagon upset and spilled a lot of women. I didn't
see it -- I looked the other way. No cards."
What is the publishing history being this narrative?