Clement, Harrison, and Kaighn Glass Works 1811-1813
Johnathan Haines ended his business relationship with Samuel Clement in the year 1810. It seemed Samuel Clement was never really financially stable in his business acumen and would one day not only lose the glass works but every piece of real estate he owned by 1817. In January of 1811 Samuel Clement convinced his brother Josiah , Samuel W Harrison and Joseph Kaighn to enter into a partnership to keep the glass works alive.This arrangement worked well until 1813 for by now the war with Great Britain was taking its toll on American Businesses throughout the United States. The market crashed and the business began to fail Joseph Kaighn saw the writing on the wall and withdrew from the company. With his departure another reorganization of the company occurred. The types of bottles mad at the factory during this time had increased to include a long list of British and American medicines which included Robert Turlington Balsam,Godfreys Cordial,Essence of Peppermint,Swaims Panacea,Bears Oil and others. Below are some of the type of medicine bottles made at the factory.