New York, Feb. 4. The Northern Light, from Aspinwall 24th Dec, arr.vcd hero this morniog. - Panama dotes of the 24th of December state tliat the Cyane Í3 at Pacama and the Lancaster had sailed for San Francisco. Business was dull, owing to troubles in tlic iuterior. The British steamer from St. Thomas sUtes that the Sumpter wis seen by the steamer froiu Havana, cruising close to 8t Domingo. The Pacama Kailroad Company's 3tcamship Columbus was lost at Point Remedios. She had a cargo valued at a million and a half dollars, mostly English goods. Hor passengera go to New York per the Northern Light. Heavy rains at Costa Rica caused mueh dainage to the coffee erop. Largo shipments of wheat and flour ivern going forward to Europe, U. 8 Minister Itobinson was formally received by tho Peruvian authorities on the lOth inst. Aspiswalx, Jan. 24. - Tho steamer Orizaba from San Francisco arrived at Panama. She has $5,000 in truasure for Paoaraa, $214,000 for Europe, and 8854,578 for the United States. The Drizaba bas also 570 packages of cottou ihidped from Acapulco Capt. Richio, of the U. S. steamer Saranac, had all his officers under arrest t Acapulco. Tliere is no news from the joast.