Source: North Manchester Journal, January 25, 1894

Wonderly & Abbott have sold their butcher shop on Walnut street to Henry and Jake Ulrey, who will conduct the business in the future. We wish all parties success. Mr. Wonderly will work for the new firm and will settle up the accounts of the old firm at once. An early settlement is desired.

 Source: North Manchester Journal, October 8, 1896

Best home rendered lard at Ulrey's meat market on Walnut street at eight cents per pound or 3 1/2 pounds for 25 cents. Lots of 25 pounds or more 6 1/2 cents per pound.

Source: North Manchester Journal, November 19, 1896

As will be seen by notice elsewhere Jacob Ulrey has bought the interest of his brother Henry in the Walnut street meat market. This shop has enjoyed a good business and there is no reason why its prosperity should not continue. We are not informed as to what Henry Ulrey will engage in but expects to remain in town and we wish all parties success.

Source: North Manchester Journal, January 14, 1897, Ad:

H. Ulrey & Co's. meat market is selling best home-rendered lard at six cents per pound. Also pork and sausage at 8 cents a pound. Remember the place--Walnut street.