The first letter looks like a 'C' and is not very different from the C in Chicago on line 7 or in Cleveland on line 11 (both in column of final destination). The second letter puzzled me first but then, although I don't speak polish, I recalled that the combination 'CZ' is not uncommon in polish, so I go for 'z'. Third and fourth letters looks like 'eu' or 'en' followed by a 't' and 'o'. Next could be 's', 'c' and 'h'. The final two letters could be 'a' or 'o' followed by 'n' or maybe a 'w'. That would yield Czentoschow, but after consulting internet I believe it could be Częstochowa. I would not take this conclusion for granted but as a hint to investigate further.
Also, looking at an old (1902) russian-polish map in the lower left corner an inch over
Krakaw there is a place called