Based on these specs Used 2005 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Features & Specs | Edmunds
you may be at the limit of what your jeep can tow.
2098 is an empty - no battery, no propane - trailer. Easy to add 1000lbs - so you're 3000, give or take.
tow rating of your jeep is (check you manual for any 'details' that may change it) is 3500lbs - BUT two more figures need to be watched. They get the 3500 with an EMPTY vehicle - no options, 150lb driver, 1/2 tank gas - and take it from the GCWR.
I don't know the GCWR (see your door panel) but on the page above it's likely 8100lbs (4600 jeep and 3500 tow).
So if your trailer ready to go is 3000 and the jeep is REALLY 4600 you have 500lbs left for people/cargo (bikes, food, etc). Not much. And if you have added to your jeep (winch, hitch, oversize tires, lift kit, etc) it may weight more.
And the specs above say your jeep's load capacity is 800lbs. Well, that's just isn't going to be good. You need 10-15% of the trailer's weight as tounge weight on the TV...so 350lbs say.
So you have 450 lbs of capacity left in the jeep...if you're lucky.
YOu should go find something with 5,000 tow rating (or more) and load rating of 1200+ lbs.