NIEDER-SELTERS, a village of Germany, in the Prussian province of Hesse-Nassau, situated in a well-wooded country on the Ems, 12 m. S.E. from Limburg by the railway to Frankforton-Main. Pop. (1900) 1339. Here are the springs of the famous Sellers or Seltzer water, employed as specific in cases of catarrh of the respiratory organs, the stomach and bladder. Until 1866 the springs belonged to the duke of Nassau; since this date they have been the property of Prussia. They became famous in the earlier part of the 19th century, although they had been known many years previously.
See Grossmann, Die Heilquetten des Taunus (Wiesbaden, 1887).
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