Yes it is from Ancestry. The names are Francesco Paolo Nigro and Maria Carmela di Persia from Laurenzana (Potenza, Basilicata). I believe the date is April 11, 1874. I will try to recrop the image when I'm at work tomorrow. I'm not sure why this one isn't zooming the way my other images did.
I took a look at the image on Ancestry...it is very light, but I could read the following information if it helps...
11 April 1874 at the town hall in Laurenzana appeared
Francesco Paolo Nigro, son of Giuseppe and of Angela Milano, profession "campagnolo" (peasant), widower of deceased Maria Giuseppa Ambruso (sp?), age 35, born and resides in Laurenzana on Strada Antenati...
Maria Carmela di Persia, daughter of deceased Giovanni, property owner (?), and of Giuditta Gioscio (sp?), peasant farmer, widow of deceased Xxxx Vincenzo Rizzo, age 37, peasant farmer born and resides in this comune on Strada Pescares (sp?)
There are also Banns of Marriage in the Ancestry records. I'll see if I can post them. Maybe they are clearer...
The Banns were actually called the pubblicazioni which were posted on the door of the town hall for the weeks before the marriage was to take place. (Usually 2 consecutive Sundays, then a Thursday, before the civil ceremony.) This gave notice of the contract to marry and gave anyone who might have an objection to the marriage a chance to say so.
If you go back to Ancestry, you will see them in the list of documents. I think Francesco and Maria's were #32 (first posting was the 15th of March, I seem to recall)