For a hundred guineas I'll let you into a secret and if I fail I won't ask you for a stiver.
Not a stiver in his pockets, nor as much as a sleeve-link to help pay for the burial.'
His swinging footsteps could be heard growing fainter, but no stiver of my silver had lined his pocket.
"Not worth a stiver" is a colloquialism to express a person's poverty.
They must have quarreled, and stiver left Dutton, who later fell from his horse.
I have not a stiver to leave any one; so don't you count on that.
Mrs. stiver is busy with an obstetrical case, and that town nurse of yours is off on vacation, ain't she?
“I have not a stiver,” said Daley, feeling first in one pocket, then in the other.
All the other children at his age—when they have a stiver they either save it or buy themselves something.
This poor wretch from Exeter had not a stiver about him, so they refused to shift him.