This postcard is a due bill for a freight shipment in October 1890. The card is addressed to Gloyd and Eugle in the "City" and is postmarked October 18 1890. The back of the postcard indicates that a shipment from "Agasta" has arrived and that it can be delivered on the payment of $16.80. The fine print indicates that the shipment must be removed in two days and that the shipment is in Car C6178. No ideas what the cargo was, but this item would be of interest to those studying the history of business practices over 100 years ago, postcard collectors, local Cleveland historians, railway enthusiasts, etc.