Cleveland, O., March 8. - A special from Orrville, O., to the Plaindealer says: Great excitement was caused here over the disappearance of Charles C. Cutton, night agent of the Adams Express company. Cutton left town Sunday morning. A telegram received on Monday by Agent Sheppard asking about a $10,000 express package which was short at Cleveland aroused the Buspicion of Sheppard, who at once notified Superintendent Bimple of Columbus of the shortage and Cutton's disappearance. A hasty investigation by Mr. Bimple and others showed concluEively that the package haddisappeared at this point Sunday morning. The express company detectives are hard at work on the case.