DR. DANIEL LANGELL
DISCOVERER OF ASTHMA & CATARRH REMEDY

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Daniel Langell, discoverer of the celebrated Asthma and Catarrh Remedy, was born in East Union township July 9, 1832.
He was raised on a farm until he was eighteen years of age,
when he went to Wooster and learned the chair-making business with Spear & Beistle.
He returned to the farm again and was prostrated by asthma, from which for nine years he was a constant sufferer. He spent all his money and his farm in doctoring it, with little or no relief; and finally by a series of experiments discovered a remedy that cured him, and that since has become a boon to thousands and attained to an almost world-wide celebrity.
Doctor Langell was married December 3, 1857, to Margaret Sloan of Saltcreek township, and has five children.
He is a member of the Presbyterian church, and is distinguished for the simplicity of his life and his scrupulous honesty, industry and integrity.

Source: History of Wayne County, Ohio from the Days of the Pioneers and First Settlers to the Present Time, Ben Douglass, Indianapolis: Robert Douglass, Publisher, 1878, pp. 622-623.

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