CC Madhya 19.9

gauḍe rākhila mudrā daśa-hājāre
sanātana vyaya kare, rākhe mudi-ghare
Word for word: 
gauḍe — in Bengal; rākhila — kept; mudrā — coins; daśa-hājāre — ten thousand; sanātana — his elder brother; vyaya kare — spent; rākhe — deposited; mudi-ghare — in the place of a local grocer.
Translation: 
He deposited ten thousand coins, which were later spent by Śrī Sanātana Gosvāmī, in the custody of a local Bengali grocer.