Advertisement Clipping from Cincinnati Commercial, Thu, Apr 9, 1874.

Clipped from US, Ohio, Cincinnati, Cincinnati Commercial, April 9, 1874

here on the General Lytle yesterday......Captain Johq Good, late of Moline, Illinois, lias bought a house in San Francisco, and settled down with his younger children, iptcndiug to pass the balance of his days in sight of the Pacific. Ho is now sixty-eight, and in a good state of preservation, and corresponds regularly with his son. Captain James Good, of the M. V. T. Co., at St. Louis. Captain Good first steam boated as carpenter on the Volante in 1886. She ran in the Ohio. In 1839 he built a steamer and calk'd her the Volante, and took her to St. Louis. She ran for a wThile as a St. Louis and Galena packet. Newman and Hardin Robirds were his pilots, and J. H. Burk was steersman, and a very promisiug young man. She ran in the trade one seasell, and Captain Good sold a one-fourth interest to1 Captain R. C. Youmr, who took her South and*ran her up the Yazoo from Vicksburg. The Volante gave Yoang a fine start, and he afterwards built the Patrick Henry, Saxah. Cresceut City and Champion. Captain Good, liking the Upper Mississippi country, bought land on Hock River, and finally settled at Moline. Fortune favored him. He enjoys ff tine comoeteney, and is one of the principal stockholders of the Moline Plow Company. ■ ^