Star – Clipper Supplement
In the fall of 1886 Johannes Hohn was working for H. A.
Brockman, a farmer in Spring Creek, and on Oct. 6, at 10 o'clock p.m.
or later he left the house of his employer, and since that day no
authentic information has been received from him or concerning him.
What he left the house for and in the condition he did as to clothing
or money and at that late hour may never be known. That he should
absent himself for nearly six months without communicating with his
friends is a mystery, and the solution is in the realm of the detective
service, the law department and community in which the missing man
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