Another major crier... This one was one of those "Standard Cream Line" bottles, patented by A.V. Whiteman on Feb. 18, 1890. I was baffled by the "NCISCO" embossing, which is all I have left of the slug plate, but that 1901 Essex County resource cleared it up for me and identified the dairy as W. H. & R. S. Francisco, in Caldwell. I suspect this bottle would've looked quite sharp, it's not a common milk bottle style. Go here to read more about the early milk bottles, and an in-depth explanation of this patent's history: http://dairyantiques.com/Bail_Top_Milk_Bottles.html
"For several years the firm of W H. & R. S. Francisco has maintained a dairy of considerable merit in Caldwell, and recently it has been improved by the construction of a new model stable, and this will soon be followed by a reconstruction of the dairy-house. The milk from this dairy stood seventh in the list of averages for the past three years. The last analyses indicate, however, that the milk is superior to that examined at first, which is due to improvements in methods of production The proper criticism which can be made against this dairy is, that the proprietors have apparently failed to appreciate the value of the precautions which are necessary in order to secure the best results in milk production. The dairy is, however, admirably situated, and, at the present time, supervised in a careful manner, and the indications are that in the future the product from it will be even more satisfactory than in the past."