Stencil Alphabet. Yesterday we saw a very neat and useful patent, in the shape of a combination stencil alphabet, al-phabet, by which any required name, words, or anything else made up or the alphaOet, figures and punctuation points can be primed. It is simple, eau be worked with the utmost ease and great rapidity, and is really au invaluable in-valuable little article for millers, merchants, mer-chants, or any person who has stencilling stencil-ling to do. We commend it to bvuiuess men. Mr. Miles, bruihuiaksr. First South strot, is agent.