CC Madhya 4.99

mathurāra loka saba baḍa baḍa dhanī
bhakti kari’ nānā dravya bheṭa deya āni’
Word for word: 
mathurāra — of the city of Mathurā; loka — the people; saba — all; baḍa baḍa — very big; dhanī — capitalists; bhakti kari’ — out of devotion; nānā dravya — various kinds of things; bheṭa — presents; deya — gave; āni’ — bringing.
Translation: 
The people of Mathurā, who are very big capitalists, also brought various presentations and offered them before the Deity in devotional service.