You have asked me via PM to help, so I will do my best. Much of what will follow will repeat what previous posters have mentioned, so perhaps I can summarize it for you.
All new tanks need cycling, it takes 2-8 weeks, and is a part of nature so you can't avoid it, though there are ways to ease it and speed it up. Here's a link to an excellent "sticky" on cycling you should read just for background info:
"Sticky" is what we call important general info on specific topics, they appear at the head of each section of the forum to which they relate.
Second, you have the wrong assortment of fish. What's done is done. Please do not buy any more fish until the tank is cycled, and the present fish that survive (you should expect several to die, it can't be avoided under the circumstances) are dealt with (keep or return), we can go into that later. I also agree with TexasTanker, let the baby guppies loose in the tank, the other fish will eat them, fine. Guppies that have spawned once will do so countless times. Right now you have more pressing issues.
If you can remove the goldfish (the black moors) you should. Do you have another tank? Can you give them to someone or the store? Getting rid of these would be a good move with everything else.
A daily partial water change of 50% of the tank (half the water) should be done, preferably every morning. Use Prime water conditioner each time. As you have the Cycle, I would use it until it is gone, and not buy more. It can do no harm. I have used it, though there are better products available now, but never mind.
That's it for the tank. Have you tested your tap water for ammonia, nitrite and nitrate? It is important to know if any of these are naturally present in your source water, as there are ways of dealing with it if they are. Just test the water on its own, no conditioner or anything. Post the numbers/results.
And please do not post in various threads on the same issue. One post in the appropriate sections is sufficient, members will see it.