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MAYOR Florentino "Ante" Tinio of San Isidro, Nueva Ecija, revealed plans during the recent celebration of the 126th anniversary of the "First Cry of Nueva Ecija" to convert the Sideco House into a museum for heroes.

MALACAÑANG IN NUEVA ECIJA The first municipal hall of San Isidro, Nueva Ecija, served as the official residence of Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo, the first President of the Philippines. It was actually the home of Capt. Crispulo 'Pulong' Sideco, in whose honor it was called Sideco House. Also shown are local government officials of San Isidro during recent  wreath-laying ceremonies to celebrate the 126th anniversary of the 'First Cry of Nueva Ecija.' PHOTOS BY CELSO M. CAJUCOMMALACAÑANG IN NUEVA ECIJA The first municipal hall of San Isidro, Nueva Ecija, served as the official residence of Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo, the first President of the Philippines. It was actually the home of Capt. Crispulo 'Pulong' Sideco, in whose honor it was called Sideco House. Also shown are local government officials of San Isidro during recent wreath-laying ceremonies to celebrate the 126th anniversary of the 'First Cry of Nueva Ecija.' PHOTOS BY CELSO M. CAJUCOM

On March 29, 1899, San Isidro town was named as the capital of the Philippines as declared by Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo, the recognized "first President of the Philippines."

The Sideco House, the first municipal hall of San Isidro, served as Aguinaldo's official residence.

The house was owned by Capt. Crispulo Sideco, popularly known then as "Pulong."

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Highlights of the celebration of the anniversary included wreath-laying ceremonies at the Heroes and Veterans' Markers at the town plaza and the staging of the "Likhang Isidorean Trade Fair," which was participated in by some 26 business enterprises, and the "First Mayor Ante Tinio Bonsai Show and Competition."

The San Isidro uprising was tagged as The First Cry of Nueva Ecija, taking off from Andres Bonifacio's "First Cry of Balintawak" on Aug. 23, 1896, which reverberated throughout the country when the latter led the tearing of their cedulas (residence certificates) as a symbol of ending their subservience to Spain.

MALACAÑANG IN NUEVA ECIJA The first municipal hall of San Isidro, Nueva Ecija, served as the official residence of Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo, the first President of the Philippines. It was actually the home of Capt. Crispulo 'Pulong' Sideco, in whose honor it was called Sideco House. Also shown are local government officials of San Isidro during recent  wreath-laying ceremonies to celebrate the 126th anniversary of the 'First Cry of Nueva Ecija.' PHOTOS BY CELSO M. CAJUCOMMALACAÑANG IN NUEVA ECIJA The first municipal hall of San Isidro, Nueva Ecija, served as the official residence of Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo, the first President of the Philippines. It was actually the home of Capt. Crispulo 'Pulong' Sideco, in whose honor it was called Sideco House. Also shown are local government officials of San Isidro during recent wreath-laying ceremonies to celebrate the 126th anniversary of the 'First Cry of Nueva Ecija.' PHOTOS BY CELSO M. CAJUCOM

When the Novo Ecijanos rose in arms, latter-day historians labeled the uprising as The First Cry of Nueva Ecija.

The plan of the wealthy "ilustrados" was executed well enough.

It was led by the few rich with nary a patriotic aim but to get their friends off the jail after learning that Bonifacio was succeeding in his exploits in Manila.

Hundreds of their poor wards armed with home-made guns and bamboo spears marched from Cabiao to Factoria (San Isidro) followed by a brass band — not the "musikong bumbong," or the "bamboo band," but a brass band.

The musikong bumbong emerged only after the Japanese invaded the Philippines.