The name appears to be written as "Dovgirdeli" or "Dowgirdeli".
However, this will have been an attempt to render a Russian/Polish/Lithuanian name into English so we shouldn't expect that the spelling will necessarily exactly match the original place-name!
I found this List of inhabited places of Suwalki governorate which includes the following place name:
- Location name (Lithuanian phonetic equivalent): Dovgirdele
- Original record (including alternative names): Довгирделе
- Gmina: Olita
- Alternative spellings (automatically generated): Dovgirdele, Довгирделе
(The Governate and Gmina both match information in the second column of your snippet, about Father Jozef Obuchowski.)
According to Polish Wikipedia (with the help of Google translate), Gmina Olita is now part of Lithuania. In fact (also from Polish Wikipedia), most of the former Suwałki Governorate is now part of Lithuania, apart from the southwestern part which remains part of Poland, and several municipalities from the former Augustów poviat which are today part of Belarus.
Searching Google for
Довгирделе resulted in half-a-dozen or so books which I am unable to read, but which may help with your research.