If this is all the data you have, you can't use Allpaths-LG, because it does requires at least two different libraries (generally one paired-end, and a second mate-pairs):
B1. Can I assemble data from ONE library using ALLPATHS-LG?
No, but we understand the need for programs that can do this, and
there are some, including Velvet and ABySS. Multiple libraries enable
higher assembly quality but entail more labwork.
I remember someone (maybe Brian Bushnell) posting here at BioStars about creating a "fake" mate-pairs or long reads library to be able to use Allpaths-LG with just one library.
edit: here, I found the post:
Assembler for large genome de novo assembly with Illumina paired end reads of 150 pb