|Years:||1890 1891 1892 – 1893 – 1894 1895 1896|
Significant events from 1893.
- Lingle & Sons open a saddler and harness business in the Ryan building, opposite the county jail.
- William Johnson's saw mill near Cross Roads is destroyed by fire.
The 16-room hotel near the Hunter Quarry is completed. It is the largest frame building in the county.
- 22nd - A race riot breaks out in the primarily African-American area known as Bucktown. William Meadows received his death wound from a stone thrown by Jane McAfee.
- A.H. Wilson opens a grocery in the room in the Cook property on North College Avenue, previously occupied by Joe Kirby.
- William Perring of Chicago buys part of the Henry farm near Clear Creek, intending to start a small fruit business.
- Paris Koontz buys 169 acres of land in Van Buren Township from Matthew Snoddy for $1000.
Harry Hight, Alfred Hinds and Harry Eakin purchase the McCalla planing mill, in the south part of the city, for $2350.