Recorder of Deeds Taylor. WASHINGTON, NOV. 18.—C. H. J. Taylor, the Kansas colored Democrat who holds the recordership of deeds for the District of Columbia, is to be investigated by the congressional committee. A resolution looking to that has been drafted and will bo introduced soon after the house organizes. Mr. Tay lor's enemies expect in this way to bring about many things which could not be presented in evidence at the trial of the colored editor, Calvin Chase, for libel. In the meantime, Taylor is engaged in a hot controversy with Dr. Jerome li. Riley. The letter has written a book, in which one chapter is devoted to Taylor. Taylor de mands its suppression. Riley is a colored man, and was a candidate for the office Taylor got.