Here is a possibility with the right given names and a name which would have been Americanized to Johnson. (Johnsson is a very unlikely name in Sweden. It was probably Johansson, Johannesson, Jansson, Jonsson, Jönsson, etc.) His birthdate fits exactly. His time of leaving Sweden is not the same as your information.
Emibas is an index made from registrations in the Swedish parish to go to a foreign country. It is about 75% complete.
Jansson, Johan August
Gruvarbetare = mine worker (married man)
b. 2/28/1859 in Norberg, Västmanlands län (Västmanland)
from Flängan, Norberg, Västmanlands län (Västmanland)
Source: Emibas migration file ID: Norberg U 1889 029
County of birth:
Emihamn is another Swedish emigration index. Emihamn was made from registrations with Swedish port police before leaving Sweden to go to a country outside Europe.
Efternamn (last name): JANSON
Förnamn (given name): JOH AUG
Ålder (age): 30 Kön (gender): M
Född (born) : 1858/1859
Församling (parish, where he was living at the time of leaving Sweden): NORBERG Län (county): U (Västmanland)
Utresehamn (moving out port): GÖTEBORG
Utvandrdag (moving out day): 1889 04 19
Destination (destination): SIOUX CITY
Medåkande (This is for those who traveled with someone or not): NEJ (no)
Källkod (source code): 38:450:H179 (volume:page:ticket number)
I don't know if he is yours, but it was a lot easier to "try" to help once you provided a birthdate.
The U.S. Federal Censuses for 1900-1910-1920-1930 provide a column for a year of immigration. What do those columns say?
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