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1870 US Census does not give street addresses.
1880 US Census they lived at 229 39th St, Chicago Ancestry.com - 1880 United States Federal Census
1890 (census destroyed)
from the Chicago City Directory 1890
At the time of the 1900 US Census they lived at 3738 Lake Ave in the 4th Ward of Chicago: United States Census, 1900; https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:S3HT-68DL-YB?cc=1325221&wc=9B74-1X3%3A1030552601%2C1031967101%2C1032602201
1910 Mary Hess was living with her daughter Louise Pope and her family at 627 Library Place, Evanston City
1920 Mary Hess, age 84. lived with her daughter Lydia Lowry and her family at 1643 Kenilworth Ave, Chicago.Ancestry.com - 1920 United States Federal Census
Burial notice for Mary Howe Hess from Chicago Tribune 2 Jan 1923
You could get any additional addresses from Chicago City directories, which are available on Ancestry.com (subscription website) or at the main Chicago Library.