Fires North. We le.rn that there have been a great many fires in Cache and Rich counties lately, doing a large amount of damage and destroying much property. Iu Rich county, either by accident or design, the dry grass in some of the meadow land was set fire to, and it resulted in the burning of sixteen largo hay stacks, as well as the standing grass. In Cache county, at night, it seems as if the whole country coun-try was lighted up with bonfires. There are suspicions tkat in the latter place it may oe the work of Indians. We sympathize with our northern friends, for they are high-spirited and liberal, and have suffered much in late years from grasshopper ravages, which these subsequent losses help to aggravate. aggra-vate. If citizens have set fire to the dry grass, or timber in the mountains, it is to be hoped the serious results of their so doing will be a permanent lesson les-son to them to be careful in the use of fire. It would be well, though, to keep a strict watch over the movements of the Indians in that region.