New York, June 25.- Id Long Branch there was no liquor sold openly Suud'ay. Tbe saloons in the upper e;ul oí the tovvn and the hotel bar-rooras were closed to all corners. Some of the hotel proprietors are so much f rightened at heavy penalties fixeil by the aew l:ih licens! law that they refused even to sell wine to tha pati'ons of thcir diningroom tables. .In several of the restaurants beer and liquor were freely sold to those who purchased food, even if it as nothing but a ham sandwich. The day was remarkably quiet for a Long Branch Snnday in sumrner. The iron steamboats begau their trips to Big Oeean pier. They brought down about 1,000 pleasuro seekers.