Cannes d’Eau

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first published on 2019-05-01T22:04:00-04:00
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a Series by Varkel (kellis@dhp.com) (https://www.asstr.org/~kellis/varkel/can/chaps.htm)

Thirty-six years after the original burned during the occupation of New Orleans, Madam Ruth re-established the Cannes d’Eau closer to St. Louis.  She created a fancy bawdyhouse with a well-stocked wine cellar, an accomplished chef and notably beautiful girls, and staged a “variety show” on Saturday nights.  At the height of its glory in 1906, it was well known up and down the river and deep into the hinterland.  Here is an ongoing series of episodes about the people who lived and played there.

Table of Contents
Episode 1: The Nephew
(first published on: 2019-05-01T22:04:48-04:00) — (4.3 K words)
Senator Heatherford (Retired) introduces his eager grand nephew to the Cannes d’Eau and to manhood.
Episode 2: Identical Twins
(first published on: 2019-05-01T22:04:48-04:00) — (5.2 K words)
Dr. Baines promotes truly identical 15-year-old girls, naturally prurient, from separate orphanages to life in the Cannes d’Eau.
Episode 3: The Excursion
(first published on: 2019-05-01T22:04:48-04:00) — (8.6 K words)
A Stanley Steamer delivers Madam Ruth and friends to the riverbank for a Sunday afternoon picnic but returns with an additional girl, naked, damp and vastly relieved.
Episode 4: Lewd Ludie
(first published on: 2019-05-01T22:04:48-04:00) — (6.7 K words)
Ludie has known a lot of men, in combination as well as singly, but loves them despite that.
Episode 5: The Impersonated Recruit
(first published on: 2019-05-01T22:04:48-04:00) — (6.8 K words)
To influence her husband, the senator and Madam Ruth save the reputation of a city councilman’s wife — or do they?
Episode 6: Unsuspected Womanhood
(first published on: 2019-05-01T22:04:48-04:00) — (7.1 K words)
At her womanhood auction only the senator stood, though at pistol-point, between Sally and awful shame.
Episode 7: Temperance at Play
(first published on: 2019-05-01T22:04:48-04:00) — (7.0 K words)
Ludie attempts to subdue an intemperate ex-congressman. Her success is incomplete through no fault of her own.
Episode 8: A New Girl
(first published on: 2019-05-01T22:04:48-04:00) — (6.8 K words)
Fate delivers Gracie to the Cannes d’Eau, where Dr. Baines helps her fit in — only too well, in Sally’s opinion.
Episode 9: Countess Cachalot
(first published on: 2019-05-01T22:04:48-04:00) — (6.5 K words)
The city councilman’s wife (Episode 5) returns to Cannes d’Eau, seeking Madam Ruth’s aid and protection to indulge a wanton obsession.
Episode 10: Hot from the Farm
(first published on: 2019-05-01T22:04:48-04:00) — (6.3 K words)
Here was a child-like girl who seemed to like his “water cane,” but when Cramdon and Madam Ruth tried to accommodate her, their misjudgment became only too evident.
Episode 11: Relief of the Innocent
(first published on: 2019-05-01T22:04:48-04:00) — (5.9 K words)
Party Night in the Cannes d’Eau relieved young Artie’s innocence more thoroughly than even his guide expected.
Episode 12: Dedicated Goddesses
(first published on: 2019-05-01T22:04:48-04:00) — (4.4 K words)
Thea and Phoebe, Olympian goddesses, discover a 20th Century worshipper.
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