Dacklin is a rare name in Sweden, so maybe this is your Augusta. If so, she wasn't married at the time of emigration. It would help others help you if you would provide some dates on your people. (birthdates, a better emigration time period than the vague "late 1800s", etc.) since Sjöberg is NOT rare.
From the Emibas CD, made from registrations in the Swedish parish to go to a foreign country:
Dacklin, Augusta Kristina Piga (married woman)
b. 9/9/1875 in Liden, Västernorrlands län (Medelpad)
Emigrated 2/10/1893 from Vestanå, Liden, Västernorrlands län (Medelpad) to Nordamerika
Source: Household Examination Roll, p. 371
Emibas migration file ID: Liden Y 1893 003
Parish of birth: Jerqviste
Piga = maid.
There is a Jerqviste listed as a by = village in the parish called Liden, according to the Rosenberg CD. Rosenberg was made from a book about Swedish place names written in the 1880s.
The 1890 Swedish Census lists a different birth parish for Augusta Kristina Dacklin. I don't know which parish is correct. You'll have to check in the Swedish parish records.
Johan Niklas Österlund, b. 1859 in Indalslidens, Bonde Anna Erika Berg, b. 1860 in Wiksjö Westernorrlands län Johan Nikolaus, b. 1885 in Indalslidens Hilma Katarina, b. 1888 in Indalslidens Erik Albin, b. 1890 in Indalslidens
Fam. nr 2
Augusta Kristina Dacklin, b. 1875 in Indalslidens, Piga (maid)
(Augusta's name was misspelled as August, but this seems to be the same woman as listed above.)
Jonas Dacklin, b. 1847 in Liden Västernorrlands län, Arbetare (worker) wife Ingrid Katrina Bäckvall, b. 1849 in Liden Västernorrlands län d. Ingrid Sofia, b. 1873 in Liden Västernorrlands län d. August Kristina, b. 1875 in Liden Västernorrlands län s. Jonas Olof, b. 1877 in Liden Västernorrlands län d. Lovisa Katrina, b. 1879 in Liden Västernorrlands län