Pana, Ills., Sept. 19.- Intense excitement was created here by the grand jury returns in regard to the present lockout of unión miners. A number of business men were indicted for refusing to act as deputies. About eighty miners were inaicted, some for participating in riot and others for intimidating other laborera. Two women were also indicted for rioting. Some of the miners have been arrested. W. P. Ryan, state secretary, has arrived and says the cases against the miners wil] be fought to the bitter end. The men indicted did not particípate in riot, but did all in their power to quell the trouble. Outside sympathizers formed the rioters. The negrues continué to work at both the Springside and Penwell mines. This action on the part of the operators will onïy intensify the feeling and hasten the delayed trouble. Excittrnent is at fever heat.