TAYLOR GETTING IMPATIENT. tlie Senate 1* Kot Delaying; Hli Niiuinutiou oo Acooant of Color. WASHINGTON, Sep. 27.--Mr. C. H. J. Taylor, the negro Democrat, of Kansas City, Kan., nominated for Minister to Bolivia, is getting impatient at "the of the Senate in confirming his appoint* ment and also that of his_ associate in the National Negro Democratic Organization, Mr. H. C. Atwood, as Consul to Calais. Speaking of his case, Mr. Taylor said last night: "My name has been before the Senate for fourteen days. I have no reason to suppose when that august body is ready to act upon the case that I will not be There is nothing against me that I aware of. I have been a life-long, consistent Democrat. I have always tried to deport and' demean myself so as to the respect and esteem of those who me. No one can charge me truthfully with having intruded or rushed in upon people who did not desir* my presence. did not ask for the position to Bolivia, did any of my friends (or me. My ments all looked forward to iny obtaining the office of Recorder of Deeds of the District of Columbia. "I hope the Senate is not delaying matter on account of toy color."