She makes him a serf, and condemns him to be a gold-digger for life in the mines.
"I can answer that question for him," returned the gold-digger grimly.
A blanket, rolled up, gold-digger fashion, was upon the ground.
The profits of a gold-digger vary with the soil on which he works.
All three were well enough pleased that the gold-digger had taken the task of imposing silence into his own hands.
Formerly sergeant-major in the —th regiment; now a gold-digger in California.
There he had begun by working as help to a gold-digger, as a day labourer, in the sweat of his brow.
A Californian gold-digger, having become rich, desired a friend to procure for him a library of books.
Mr. Green was an English gold-digger, and was travelling along the main road to his home at Spitzcop.
Only one short glance he gives them; another to a pistol which hangs holstered on the hip of a gold-digger guarding him.