Hankee-Laiug. L . At. the residence of T, S. Freeman, last evening, occurred the nuptial ties of James A, Hankee and Miss Dora B. Laing. The announcment of the marriage of Mr. Hankee, who. ia a popular clerk in the Panhandle shops, surprised his friends very much. He had been very reticent for the last week, which bis friends thought was the result of a little indisposition, until the rumor of his marriage resounded in the air, which was,.somewhat accountable for his unusual be- haviour. Both the bride aad groom are grandchildren of Esquire David Laing, and are first cousins. They will reside temporarily with iibe grandparents, at 907 Fourteenth street. The Pharos joins in congratulations and best wishes for their future success.