ATUhday, May 2(5. It is expected that the now Recorder of Deeds, C. H. J. Taylor, colored, colored, whose commission was signed by tho President yesterday, will take charge of the Deeds office to-day. No changes will be made in the employes during the first week. Ho was sereuaded by colored admirers last night. There is a general impression that the profits of the office aro over $40,000 per anuum, as formerly. The fees of office were over iMO.OGO and the Recorder received them all. A few years ago, however, Congress enacted enacted that the fees should bo paid into the United States Treasury, and that the Recorder Recorder should be paid a salary of $4,000 per annum.