Mrs. John A. Barrlnger Dead. Mrs. John A. Barringer died Fri day morning at 3 o'clock at the fam ily home on Ashe street, following an illness of three or four days of pneumonia. It was not generally known that Mrs. Barringer was crit ically ill, and the announcement of her death came as a distinct shock to the community. Mrs. Barringer was the wife of Col. John A. Barringer, one of the most prominent members of the Greensboro bar, and a daughter of the late Robert M. Sloan. She was a woman of deep culture and refinement refinement and was greatly beloved by all who knew her. She is survived by her husband, and a daughter, Mrs John D. Waldrop, of Norfolk, Va., and four sisters Mrs. t Fannie Logan, Mrs. Neil Ellington and Mrs. Julia Mebane, of Greensboro, and Mrs. Jefferson Scales, of Staten Is land, N. Y. The funeral was held from the home Saturday afternoon and was conducted by Rev. Dr. Melton Clark, pastor of the . First Presbyterian church, of which Mrs. Barringer had been a member since early in life Interment was made in Greene Hill cemetery.