The libcurl4 package was not showing up for me in Ubuntu Package Search and a 
few minutes ago it appeared!
What I can suggest is a workaround that applies to users of Ubuntu Bionic 
Beaver that is still in beta.
Download the files libcurl3_7.58.0-2ubuntu2_amd64.deb and 
Unpack the contents of each one at a time into a folder and modify the control 
file in the DEBIAN folder by removing the constraint in the conflict and 
replace fields.
Repackage the files and install them with dpkg with the --force-all option as 
they modify some common files.
Take a hold on these packages with apt-mark and dpkg selections.
I gave the following commands to hold:
sudo apt-mark hold libcurl3 libcurl4
echo "libcurl3 hold" | sudo dpkg --set-selections
echo "libcurl4 hold" | sudo dpkg --set-selections

Recalling that this is a workaround only applicable to version 18.04 since 
these versions of libcurl3 and 4 only exist in it and version 18.04 is still in 
Remembering that this workaround is to allow the installation and operation not 
only of the applications mentioned, but also curl and uget but that side 
effects not yet observed can manifest themselves.
Use at your own risk!

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