NEWS' CARTOON REPRODUCED. Hutch's Work. Copied in-Last, Issue of the, Review of Reviews.:. The American Review of Reviews in its September issue, which is just out, contains a reproduction of a cartoon made by Mr. Andrew Hutchison,' in The News recently. -It was the cartoon wheih represented "The Modern Bill Sykes of the " South" the railroads with a big stick, labelled "Freight Rate Discrimination," threatening to be labor the "N. C. Shipper," who was represented as Sykes' dog, if the later. whined for his bare rights.. , -V "Hutch's" cartoon is at the-top of the page, preceeding one of the Martin's in the New York American on Taft's journey, and at the side of another by Davenport, in the New York Evening Mail on the telegraphers strike. The timeliness of The News' car toonist's picture is, of course, in connection with the railroad agitation in the "state recently. . The reproduction of Hutch s cartoon is a deserved compliment to Charlotte's young genius with the pencil, for the bulk of his cartoons are worthy to rank with the best talent of the coun try. Mr. Hutchison's originality and fertility of resource is fully the equal of many, of the leading cartoonists of America.