Monday, April 3, 1882
The Decorative Arts
San Jose Daily Herald, April 4, 1882
A second lecture in San Jose was announced for April 6, 1882, but no record of it has been found.
c. 81-85 South Second Street, San Jose, CA
Opened: 1879; in the former Central Hall building, the first of three theaters in San Jose to bear the name California Theatre
Destroyed (fire): July 2, 1892
1) The Salt Lake Tribune, July 3, 1892, 1
2) The Daily Review (Decatur, Illinois), July 5, 1892, 7
North side of Santa Clara Street between Market and First, San Jose, CA
Building commenced: September 1863 (John E. Auzerais)
Opened: March 16, 1865
Later: a store block
Damaged (earthquake): 1906, rebuilt
Later: the Grant Building, subsequently demolished
According to Robert D. Pepper  there was no north bound train back to San Francisco after Wilde's lecture so he stayed overnight in San Jose.
He lectured the following night in Stockton, and the map opposite shows his possible routes.
 Oscar Wilde | Irish Poets and Poetry of the Nineteenth Century, Robert. D. Pepper, 1972.