My recommendation would be Bitstream's News 701, which is affordable and gets the density right. This is a typeface in the nineteenth-century "modern-face" style, common for newspapers.
There are a lot of fonts in this style but some are very thin because they're designed to look good after a lot of ink spread from the printing process; if as I imagine you're using book paper and a low-spread printing method like a laser printer they won't look good. News 701, based on Linotype's Legibility Series, is good because it matches the density of your printed sample.
If you wanted something that looked exactly right or has a very wide character set, your best bet would probably be something from the professional font companies that service the newspaper market, Font Bureau, Hoefler & Co, Commercial Type and Frere-Jones Type, as they have lots of fonts optimized for specific production processes.
Benton Modern RE is an example of a pro newspaper typeface that also looks a lot like your sample.
Times New Roman has a "Small Text" version with super-short descenders for exactly this purpose but it doesn't look anything like your sample.