It's tooled lip, made between 1900-1920. It was salvaged from the outdoors, as it shows environmental damage typical of about 100 years of exposure to the elements. It is early clear glass almost certain to contain Manganese, so will over time turn a deep purple if exposed to UV/sun light - the fact that it is still clear indicates it has been in darkness for most of the past century. Apart from these observations I can't say anything more.
Show us a picture of the bottom and we may be able to tell even more about it, such as place and method of manufacture.
There is a guy/member in here named Ted that Specializes in Ann Arbor Bottles. He may have some info on this Bottle but he rarely comes in here any more, like maybe once every few months unfortunately. LEON.