Went out last Sunday and probed out a nice crunchy spot. First 3' or so was 1950's stuff and I was a little discouraged, but I kept at it and about 4' down I hit the top of a huge barrel privy. Ended up being roughly 4' in diameter and 10' deep at the bottom. Water table was at about 7', so I had to stop bailing at that point and shovel into a bucket while standing in water over my waist. Nonetheless, there was a lot of glass but a lot of it was broken. Privy dated from roughly 1860-1870 and had some interesting stuff...a few peppersauces, a Hostetters, a Donnaud's Remedy for Baldness from New Orleans, an Elixir De Guillie, a Worcestershire sauce knockoff embossed just "W.O.M. & Co.", and a beautiful olive green umbrella ink with a burst lip...seemed very unusual for an American bottle but I've seen a few aqua ones in the past that were the same way. No intact Galveston bottles and plenty of heartbreakers but still always super fun to dig in a privy this old.