2. Today came Ini the house and it smelled like rotten eggs.
The draft thing is functioning good so I do not feel it is a draft problem but I am officially moving in tomorrow and do not want to get sick or worse.
You say the "draft thing" is functioning good. Just because it flaps around a bit does not mean that it is set correctly. I'm no expert, but even though prehaps millions of folks do without one, I would never want to be without a manometer. Simply put, it measures the amount of suction in the flue pipe. It can save coal [too much draft signal = wasted heat up the flue], but more importantly, it will tell you if the fume problem is due to too little draft signal.
A manmometer is not expensive, nor hard to install. Here is a thread you can study if the subjects interests you. I like the Dwyer model 25. Common on ebay.manometer install
This all may seem somewhat overwelming to a coal newbie. You are at a disadvantage, but after the learning curve, I bet that that you can be comfy with it. Really, once you understand how the device works, and how to make the few simple adjustments when needed, it will be easy and fulfilling.