A simple balance sheet can look like this:
Non Current Liabilities
Lets say that you contribute $200 and you buy 200 shares worth $1 each.
Then the asset will be debited with $200 and the capital will be credited with 200. Then the company takes a loan from the bank for $1000. The cash will be debited with $1000 and the bank loan will be credited with $1000.
Then you make a buy stock on credit for $200. This will increase your stock by $200 (a debit) and will increase your accounts payable (a credit) by $200.
Therefore, the balance sheet will have :
Cash : 1,200
Bank Loan: 1000
Accounts Payable: 200
Capital : 200