Gilbert Knapp opens coal yard
- - to an;0od supply of coal stows this fid the demand which will bo ere, be Kcw Coal Yard Gilbert Knapp, Esq., late President of tho City Bank, - has commenced a business horo, the need of - which has longboen felt. T.hn - hmh nvinn of wnnrl nltiikin. fiiid the PXlol.tiol;;ltc prices sometimes charged, has i rondel.cd . jt durable that a coal yard . , ,. . ;,.. liel - e upon hich n full sup ply of this fuel throughout tho winter Tit falf prices. ' Ctipt. ' Kunpp has opened a coal yard of this, description .on Sd street, adjoining the Red bridge over RootEivcr, and d uring tho past week some four or five . - is !: f. ;r.l - i - d':' there Coal is unquestionably much cheapcr an article of fuel than wood at the pric paid here during tho past winter, and ' trust that our i - tove dealers v ,1! to s' and State, as iv lie but !.: ., . tact I) - that of exhibited.