Chronic Endeidis, this is from my Great-great Grandfather's death certificate as cause of death ( 1895 ). It is probably a variate spelling but I cannot find reference to it; either by itself or reference as a variation.
I have checked Google Books and Internet Archive but I could not find any reference in books printed around time of death. The certificate is not original but since it came from the county, it is probably only version available.
The certificate is from Lucas County, Ohio. "Chronic Endeidis" is printed not handwritten, seeing an image will not do much good here. I am familiar with the handwriting of time, and even some odd ones like Kurrant (a German script). Since this is a county document I am going to assume that is the correct spelling. It is possible this is a variation as end- or endo- are listed as variations of ent- by Free Dictionary.
What I think many of commenters are missing is the death happened in 1895. Common terms of today were not same back then. For instance his wife died of Senile Disability, though I have found references nobody is really sure what it might mean in modern terms.