As to lecture title
No record is currently available for the title of the lecture Wilde gave in Joliet, although The Decorative Arts was the one he was giving immediately before and after.
See also note at Dubuque.
Chicago and Clinton Streets , NW corner, Joliet, IL
Opened: February 3, 1874
Destroyed (fire): March 18, 1891
Replaced: 1892 on the same site with a new opera house with a turreted corner
 of Joliet limestone from the quarries of William Davidson
Joliet News Historical Edition, Will County Historical Society, 1884 - Joliet (Ill.), p. 35
No record is currently available as to whether Wilde stayed overnight in Joliet. It is entirely possible he traveled on early by train to Jacksonville, IL, a journey of some 200 miles, where he lectured the following evening.