The inscription reads Bi Cai Shou Tian Cang which can be translated as 'Gathering Heavenly Longevity Collection', appropriately mirrored on the reverse side with a plethora of longevity symbols.
For another black and white jade bottle with raised archaic script forming an auspicious wish, see Hugh Moss, Victor Graham and Ka Bo Tsang, A Treasury of Chinese Snuff Bottles, The Mary and George Bloch Collection, Hong Kong, 1995, vol. I, Jade, pp. 100-101, no. 38.
For another brown and white jade bottle of very similar shape attributed to the 'Master of the Rocks' School, carved in relief to one side with the God of Longevity, Shoulao, and with a draft script to the other, see Hugh Moss et al, ibid, pp. 340-341, no. 133.