Men may die, but the fabrics of free institutions remains unshaken.
I may be president of the United States, but my private life is nobody's damned business.
Since I came here I have learned that Chester A. Arthur is one man and the President of the United States is another.
I don't think we had better go into the minute secrets of the campaign, so far as I know them, because I see the reporters are present, who are taking it all down.
The extravagant expenditure of public money is an evil not to be measured by the value of that money to the people who are taxed for it.
I trust the time is nigh when, with the universal assent of civilized people, all international differences shall be determined without resort to arms by the benignant processes of civilization.
Madam, I may be President of the United States, but my private life is nobody's damn business.
Experience has shown that the trade of the East is the key to national wealth and influence.
There are very many characteristics which go into making a model civil servant. Prominent among them are probity, industry, good sense, good habits, good temper, patience, order, courtesy, tact, self-reliance, many deference to superior officers, and many consideration for inferiors.
Men may die, but the fabric of our free institutions remains unshaken.
What a pleasant lot of fellows they are. What a pity they have so little sense about politics. If they lived North the last one of them would be Republicans.
The office of the Vice-President is a greater honor than I ever dreamed of attaining.
Honors to me now are not what they once were.