Gen. James P. MacIvor, connected with the Bond Division of the Custom House, died at his home, 699 East One Hundred and Fortieth Street, yesterday of cancer of the tongue. He had been ill but a short time. Gen. MacIvor enlisted as a private in the Sixty-ninth New York on the outbreak of the civil war, and during his first month was promoted to be a Captain. In 1862 he was made a Lieutenant Colonel, and a year later a full Colonel of the One Hundred and Seventieth New York Volunteers. Be- fore the end of the war he was brevetted Brigadier General and Major General, com- manding the Second Brigade, Second Di- vision, Second Army Corps, at times being in command of the division. After leaving the army Gen. MacIvor be- came a teacher, and in 1880 entered the customs service. He was a widower. He leaves a son and a daughter.