Toteka, Kan., Dec. 21. - Dispatches received here give the details of most terrible suffering in the western part of Kunsaa. Four people are reporoed to have diecf trom the cold ir. C.ark Coanty, and a woman and her two cliildren have perished near Dightoa There is great sufferiug in this section of the State owing to the wroity of co:iL The supp!y was exhansted dur.njf a previous cold snap in the first part of thenaonth and the situation is now deplorable. Food ia almost as scarce as f nel. Many of the inhabitants are setters who located claims last nummer and who are dependent on what the railroads bring in. The railroads are trymg to do all in their power to relieve the dstress, bnt they are handicapped by a scarcity of oars. They have not enough to supply the urgent, demand for food and f nal, and wlde-Epread distress is inevitable unless the weather speedily raoderatea The Santa Fe route has already annonnoed that it will Bhip free all snppliea which may be collected for Ciark Cïouuty.